It’s always wise to use continuous integration (CI), even in our hobby projects. When working with C++, it might be painful to install the required dependencies, even for the most essential packages like the googletest for the unit tests or the spdlog for the logger. In those cases, using Conan package manager is a no
TDD, GoogleTest, GitHub, Travis CI and Conan; the easy way!
Test-Driven Development (TDD) is a popular approach in developing code bases and there is a good reason for that. There are many books that explain the way and the advantages of adopting an approach like that. In today’s post, I’m not going to explain that again. An amazing book that I can suggest is the
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How to install Armadillo library, the easy way!
Back to May, we have written a post about the procedure we need to follow in case we want to use the Armadillo library in Ubuntu. It works, but in this post, I would suggest an even easier way to do it. The solution called Conan, the C/C++ Package Manager. It can be used for
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