[gmx-developers] Using C++ with Gromacs
bernauer at stanford.edu
Thu May 8 02:40:37 CEST 2008
Erik Lindahl wrote:
> Hi Peter,
>> would have required a very convoluted, very unnatural API).
> Just out of curiosity - since I actually do like many things with object
> orientation - do you know of _any_ successful truly portable example of
> such a C++ library? (that people actually are using from other languages
> to a large extent). CGAL is the most common example I hear of
> "well-designed big C++ library", but problematic portability doesn't
> even begin to describe it...
Hi Peter and Erik,
I am not sure it is a real suitable example but one could maybe cite
Boost libraries and Boost.python. (CGAL is ported to python with boost).
Boost uses bjam though.
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