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I wrote a C++ code generator in Python, would anyone please help me to review the code? :)

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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.

http://sf.net/projects/fgen

I'm not very familiar with Python. Any feedback are appreciated! Or
anyone like to develop it with me?

Thanks.

Jan 16 '07 #1
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Hi,
I am interested in your proposal. I am basically a C/C++ programmer,
but recently fell in love with python. Please send more details on
fgen. We could probably start working. :)
Kevin Wan wrote:
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.

http://sf.net/projects/fgen

I'm not very familiar with Python. Any feedback are appreciated! Or
anyone like to develop it with me?

Thanks.
Jan 16 '07 #2

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Kevin Wan wrote:
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.

http://sf.net/projects/fgen

I'm not very familiar with Python. Any feedback are appreciated!
No documentation?

Am I supposed to reverse engineer all the source files to figure out
how I'm
supposed to use it?
Or
anyone like to develop it with me?

Thanks.
Jan 16 '07 #3

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I'm writing the document for fgen. You can use SVN to access the most
updated files.

Basically you can use fgen --help to get the usage.

It's my c++ development tool, and I didn't spend that much time on
writing document. Sorry. But I'm writing now.

Thanks and waiting to work with you guys,
Kevin

Vineeth Kashyap wrote:
Hi,
I am interested in your proposal. I am basically a C/C++ programmer,
but recently fell in love with python. Please send more details on
fgen. We could probably start working. :)
Kevin Wan wrote:
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.

http://sf.net/projects/fgen

I'm not very familiar with Python. Any feedback are appreciated! Or
anyone like to develop it with me?

Thanks.
Jan 17 '07 #4

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Sorry, I didn't write that much document.

But you can use fgen --help to get the usage.

I'm writing document now. :)

Thanks,
Kevin
me********@aol.com wrote:
Kevin Wan wrote:
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.

http://sf.net/projects/fgen

I'm not very familiar with Python. Any feedback are appreciated!

No documentation?

Am I supposed to reverse engineer all the source files to figure out
how I'm
supposed to use it?
Or
anyone like to develop it with me?

Thanks.
Jan 17 '07 #5

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I've added a document for fgen.

Please check it.

Thanks,
Kevin
me********@aol.com wrote:
Kevin Wan wrote:
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.

http://sf.net/projects/fgen

I'm not very familiar with Python. Any feedback are appreciated!

No documentation?

Am I supposed to reverse engineer all the source files to figure out
how I'm
supposed to use it?
Or
anyone like to develop it with me?

Thanks.
Jan 17 '07 #6

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