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Philip Ashmore

v3c is a build framework that ties in with GNU make, providing "boilerplate" code for the most common use cases of building software.

Among its capabilities are doxygen documentation integration, Git version control integration, configurable build modes (for debug and release builds, for example), and the ability to specify most configurable options in the top-level makefile.

It also provides a general purpose C++ class library for use in client projects.

See treedb, meta-treedb, v3c-dcom and v3c-qt as examples of projects that use the v3c build framework.


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