Generic all purpose C++11 library Templatious. http://www.templatious.org/
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CHANGELOG.md
CollectionAdapter.hpp
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README.md

templatious

This library was created to avoid many boilerplates in C++11 code. Examples and documentation is on http://www.templatious.org/ . Build Status Coverage Status lcov

To use this library you can take these example steps:

Clone this library to some folder (this case called Templatious-Clone

mkdir /home/theuser/Templatious-Clone
cd /home/theuser/Templatious-Clone
git clone https://github.com/davidkazlauskas/templatious.git

Then, on your favorite C++ buildsystem add the include directory (for instance, cmake)

include_directories( /home/theuser/Templatious-Clone )

However, on most of the other repositories for the templatious library (like, test suite, is it fast, decoupled GUI examples) TEMPLATIOUS_DIR enviroment variable is used.

In bash shell:

export TEMPLATIOUS_DIR=/home/theuser/Templatious-Clone

In cmake:

include_directories( $ENV{TEMPLATIOUS_DIR} )

This library is licensed under MIT license. See license.txt for details.