- Code: https://github.com/RuntimeCompiledCPlusPlus/RuntimeCompiledCPlusPlus
- Wiki: https://github.com/RuntimeCompiledCPlusPlus/RuntimeCompiledCPlusPlus/wiki
- Blog: http://runtimecompiledcplusplus.blogspot.com/
- Group: http://groups.google.com/group/runtimecompiledcplusplus
Runtime-Compiled C++ is a way to reliably make major changes to your C++ code at runtime and see the results immediately. It's aimed at games development but could be useful in any industry where turnaround times are a bottleneck.
- Windows XP+, Visual Studio 2008+. Note we currently distribute only the VS 2010 solution and projects.
- Mac OS X 10.7+ with XCode 4.
- Linux using Eclipse CDT (tested Ubuntu 12.04 64bit).
- cmake (many thanks to user join_the_fun from reddit)
For Visual Studio and XCode the main project file is found in the Aurora directory. All dependencies should be normally present.
Linux requires the following dependencies installed for the SimpleTest project (use "sudo apt-get install NAME"):
- g++, if you're already doing C++ development you should have this
- libglfw-dev, if using system glfw, otherwise this comes prebuilt for 64bit Linux. To use the system glfw set the option GLFW_SYSTEM to ON - cmake .. -DGLFW_SYSTEM=ON
For Eclipse use File->Import->General->Existing Projects into Workspace and select the RuntimeCompiledCPlusPlus directory and import all projects it finds (best not to copy so you can keep everything up to date with git).
For cmake, create a folder called build in the Aurora directory and run cmake from there followed by make: on Linux run "mkdir build && cd build && cmake .. && make" from Aurora dir.
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