Tag: github

Mini-update on flatbuffers-with-spirit

There’s not a whole lot of news about flatbuffers-with-spirit since the last time I blogged about it, but I’ve followed up on some todo-items: I have filed a few bugs for CLion based on my experience; I have restructured the project to move tests into a separate Biicode block from the implementation (so that now, […]

Boost.Spirit + Flatbuffers + Catch + Biicode + CLion + Github

This weekend I’m test-driving several new technologies. OK, OK, maybe not so new for everyone else, but new for me. I’m trying to write a parser for the Flatbuffers IDL grammar using Boost.Spirit, I’m referencing Boost using Biicode, I’m testing the code using Catch, I’m editing the project in CLion, and I’m pushing the results […]

Open code review: Catch

This is one of the “open code review” posts, where I publish my notes after looking through and playing with one of the open source C++ projects. My main goal here is to become a better coder by learning from the experience of other developers, and my secondary goal is to build a mental map […]

Open code review: g3log

This is one of the “open code review” posts, where I publish my notes after looking through and playing with one of the open source C++ projects. My main goal here is to become a better coder by learning from the experience of other developers, and my secondary goal is to build a mental map of the tools and frameworks available “out there” […]

Open code review: FlatBuffers

This is one of the “open code review” posts, where I publish my notes after looking through and playing with one of the open source C++ projects. My main goal here is to become a better coder by learning from the experience of other developers, and my secondary goal is to build a mental map of the tools and frameworks available “out there” […]