Welcome back to Part 2 of this series! I was very happy to see the warm reception Part 1 got over on /r/cpp. Before we get started, I thought I would take this opportunity to clarify a couple of points about this series.
First, this series is not a …Continue reading »
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When age fell upon the world, and wonder went out of the minds of men; when grey cities reared to smoky skies tall towers grim and ugly, in whose shadow none might dream of the sun or of spring's flowering meads; when learning stripped earth of her mantle of beauty …
A significant part of my research involves investigating algorithms with interesting properties and then trying to optimize them to fully understand how they work. One recent, and fairly successful, exploration was into triangular substitution solvers. In this blog post, I'm going to explain the …Continue reading »
One of the most common things you'll hear when learning CMake is that "CMake is not a build system". This is technically correct, depending on one's definition of a "build system". However, this statement alone is meaningless on a practical level as it doesn't communicate anything actionable regarding how to …Continue reading »
When packaging software libraries, it is a common requirement to deploy both a static and a shared version. However, CMake library targets are always either one or the other. How do we make it easy for our …Continue reading »