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A composite generic library consisted of various modules on different
* C++11.
Represents the same ideas as introduced in Boost/STL/Loki C++ libraries and
at first focused for extension of already existed C++ code.
* CMake.
CMake modules to support and extend a build of a c++ project under cmake
* Python.
Various extension modules for the python.
* Bash.
Various extension modules for the bash shell.
* VBS.
Various extension scritps/modules for the Visual Basic Script interpreter.

In next sections will be introduced common steps to build the project under
the Windows AND the Linux like platform together.
To build particularly under the Linux you have to read additionally another
readme file:



  • C++11
  • CMake
  • Bash
  • Python
  • Windows Batch
  • Visual Basic Script (WSH/VBS)



Programming Language

Unix Shell, Python, C++, VBScript


Build Tools, Libraries, Building Automation

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