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A command line C++ code generator, which makes Unix/Linux C++ development faster.

fgen is a free command line tool that facilitates cross platform c++
development, including header generation, cpp file generation, makefile
generation, unit test framework generation, etc.


It's written in Python, and there is a linux executable to download.

Hope it helps some people!

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