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shaunrd0/klips/cpp/ ├── algorithms # Examples of various algorithms written in C++ ├── cmake # Example of using cmake to build and organize larger projects ├── cryptography # Examples of encrypting / decrypting using ciphers in C++ ├── datastructs # Collection of useful datastructures written in C++ ├── graphics # Examples of graphics projects written in C++ ├── multithreading # Basic multithreading examples in C++ ├── patterns # Examples of various design patterns written in C++ ├── qt # Qt project examples using C++ └── README.md
This directory contains a
CMakeLists.txt, which can be selected to open as a
project within your preferred IDE. From there, all nested examples can be built,
debugged, and ran.
Some of the more recent projects in this repository requires the latest CMake LTS.
cmake LTS with
apt we can follow official instructions from kitware
Alternatively, we can install the LTS with python's
sudo apt install python3.9 python3-pip sudo apt purge cmake python3.9 -m pip install -U pip python3.9 -m pip install --upgrade cmake # The command below is optional if you have added the python binary path to your PATH environment variable sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/python3.9/dist-packages/cmake/data/bin/cmake /usr/bin/ cmake --version cmake version 3.22.1
Once cmake is installed, dependencies for all examples can be installed with the command below.
sudo apt install libsdl2-dev freeglut3-dev
If we build from this directory, we build all C++ projects and examples
cd /path/to/klips/cpp/ mkdir build && cd build cmake .. && cmake --build .
We can see the binaries output in the
~/Code/klips/cpp/build$ ls bin/ abstract-factory-test graph-test-templated SingleListDriver adapter-test graph-test-weighted singleton-test bridge-test HeapDriver StackDriver bubble-sort heap-sort state-test bucket-sort insertion-sort TemplatedDoubleListDriver CircleDoubleDriver merge-sort TemplatedQueueDriver CircleSingleDriver observer-test TemplatedStackDriver columnar-transposition-test opengl-test TemplatedVectorDriver counting-sort prototype-test test-bst DoubleListDriver QueueDriver test-bst-algo execute-hello quick-sort test-redblack factory-test radix-sort VectorDriver graph-test-object sdl-test visitor-test graph-test-simple select-sort
We can also build from subdirectories.
To only build projects related to design patterns we build from the
patterns/ subdirectory, for example
cd /path/to/klips/cpp/patterns mkdir build && cd build cmake .. && cmake --build .
And we can again see the binaries output in the
~/Code/klips/cpp/patterns/build$ ls bin/ abstract-factory-test bridge-test observer-test singleton-test visitor-test adapter-test factory-test prototype-test state-test
If cmake is not being used in a project, it can be built with
g++ manually using
the commands outlined in
*/.vscode/tasks.json, or by using VSCode to open the example
and running the build task.
Check the header comments in the main source file for the example for instructions.