This is a C++ Best Practices GitHub template for getting up and running with C++ quickly.
By default (collectively known as
- Address Sanitizer and Undefined Behavior Sanitizer enabled where possible
- Warnings as errors
- clang-tidy and cppcheck static analysis
- conan for dependencies
- a basic SDL example
- examples for fuzz, unit, and constexpr testing
- large github action testing matrix
- a compiler
For a simplified project, check out the cmake_conan_boilerplate_template.
Ths Boilerplate project will merge new features first, then they will be merged (as appropriate) into gui_starter_template.
Use the Github template
First, click the green
Use this template button near the top of this page.
This will take you to Github's 'Generate Repository' page.
Fill in a repository name and short description, and click 'Create repository from template'.
This will allow you to create a new repository in your Github account,
prepopulated with the contents of this project.
After creating the project please wait until the cleanup workflow has finished setting up your project and commited the changes.
Now you can clone the project locally and get to work!
git clone https://github.com/<user>/<your_new_repo>.git
See Catch2 tutorial