I am working on a database project that led me to explore mysql++ as well as a scientific
visualization package. Both required the user to compile source code, which I attempted on
both Win XP and Ubuntu.
In comparing the experience with both packages, I found the makefile generation easier
with the visualization package. They use an opensource tool called cmake, which performs
the same (cross-platform) functions as bakefile, but which seems more mature. I realize by
browsing the email archives that this note is about 10 months too late, but I thought I'd
include some feedback from the end user.
I still haven't gotten bakefile to set up correctly, but I need more time to tinker. You
may hear from me again once I figure out what questions to ask.
Thanks for your software; it looks excellent.
|• Bakefile||Ian Miller||29 Dec|
| • Re: Bakefile||Warren Young||29 Dec|