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A well-connected C++11 Boost.Graph tutorial

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A well-connected C++14 Boost.Graph tutorial is a C++ tutorial about Boost.Graph.

Downloads:

  • Stable: PDF (v1.9)
  • Unstable: PDF (v1.10)

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This tutorial offers examples to use Boost.Graph that are:

  • Orders concepts chronologically
  • Increases complexity gradually
  • Shows complete pieces of code

Boost.Graph is a C++ library that is part of Boost.

I want to contribute!

Awesome! As I am aware, that there are some corners in the manual that are unfinished.

You can:

  • Fix an existing Issue
  • Add an Issue
  • Submit a Pull Request
  • Send me an email

Also typo's and writing suggestions are welcome.

When writing code, please follow the coding standards and patterns used in this project.

For example, take the function f:

  • f will be defined in f.impl. This file will be shown in the LyX document
  • If f is a template function, f its definition will be reachable from f.h, by #include "f.impl"
  • If f is a non-template function, f its definition will be reachable from f.cpp, by #include "f.impl"
  • The function f_demo will demonstrate the use of f. This file will be shown in the LyX document
  • The function void f_demo() noexcept will be defined in f_demo.impl.
  • The function f_test will test f and also call the function f_demo
  • The function void f_test() noexcept will be declared in f.h
  • The function void f_test() noexcept will be defined in f.cpp
  • The function f_test will be called in the main function

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