libbricks is the bastard child of Objective-C and .NET, living with its C++ cousins. Srsly, wtf. Don't ask me why, I just happened to want some automagical memory management in portable C++ land and it turned into this.
Uh, have GCC and cmake installed and run...
You may specify an alternate GCC to build for Windows like so...
make CXX=i486-mingw32-g++ AR=i486-mingw32-ar
Use cmake to configure and select from the various compilation options.
There's a simple test app in the sample/ folder, it's easy to try:
There also exist a few test units, which can be run with: