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AGG is a cross-platform, high performance and high-quality 2d vector graphics library. It is written in C++ and comes as a collection of template classes with no dependencies except STL.
What is a “Yoda condition” and do I really need it? In short, it is a reverse notation of certain conditional statements in C/C++.
Visual Assist is an add-on product for Microsoft Visual Studio that offers many features to enhance the code editor and improve the general user experience. It can be a real time saver, providing significant gains in productivity.
Eclipse is usually known as one of the premier tools for Java developers, but Eclipse is more than just a Java IDE. It is a platform that can be used for many things and support for many other programming languages exists in form of plug-ins. The CDT (short for C/C++ Development Tools) converts Eclipse into a full featured C/C++ IDE.
This article describes the changes which have recently been made to the message log system in tabSRMM and which may be of interest for the users.
Today, I made the decision to outsource the skin editor for clist_nicer+ and make it an extra plugin.
I’ve done some work on clist_nicer+ the last few days to fix a few problems and enhance a few things.
This is a short list of new features which I plan or already have added to the group chat window implementation. Most of them are IRC specific and might not be so useful for other group chats, but then.. they don’t hurt in any way.
Unfortunately, the tabSRMM coming with that build has a few problems. It was mistakenly built from outdated sources older than 2 weeks and we are still investigating why it happend (either, my last CVS commit came too late or we have another CVS issue - it wouldn’t be the first one, SF.net CVS had quite a few problems lately).
Recently, I’ve got a few questions about tabSRMMs source code, why there are 2 different repositories and similar things