Open Liquid is a parsing and rendering engine for the Liquid Markup Language written in C++ with the goal of being bindable to any scripting language interpreter. Currently, only TCL is supported through the TCL C API.
Open Liquid compiles to a static library that depends only on the Perl Compatible Regular Expressions C++ wrapper (pcrecpp). Most Linux distributions offer a complete version of the library with all its dependencies through package managers.
For compiling Open Liquid itself, the GNU toolchain and
cmake is required.
To compile the Open Liquid library, start by installing the prerequisites and cloning the Open Liquid source code base into a directory of your choice.
$ git clone git://github.com/23/openliquid.git
Open Liquid can be configured either for debugging or release, the difference being compiler optimization level and debugging symbols. The default behavior is to use the release configuration. Compiling is done in a few, simple steps like so:
$ cd openliquid $ ./configure <debug | release> $ make
To make sure that the version of the code, that you have checked out from github is a functional version, you should also make sure to run the unit tests for the library:
Most of the source code is documented using a flavor of the Doxygen documentation format and a Doxyfile is included in the source code to generate a full API documentation. The documentation can also be accessed on the 23 Developer page. Contact @nickbruun if you have any further questions.
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