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This directory is for implementing STLplus as a library collection. The libraries are to be found in the directories: containers persistence portability strings subsystems The documentation is in the 'docs' directory and starts with index.html. Build files for IDEs are found in the 'ide' directory, but the gcc command-line tools use make. Gcc Build --------- The Makefile requires the makefiles project, which is available from the same SourceForge site that you downloaded the STLplus library from. Follow the "View all Files" link - sadly SourceForge don't give a way of providing two download buttons. Multi-Library Build ------------------- To build the STLplus3 library collection as 5 separate libraries, use either make at the top level for gcc, or the project files in the 'ide/' directory for Borland or Microsoft compilers. Monolithic Build ---------------- The 'source' directory is provided with script files that allow the library collection to be merged into one large library - termed the monolithic build. Run the make_monolithic script from within the source directory (i.e. from a command shell). To build the monolithic STLplus3 library, use either make in the source directory for gcc, or the project files ending in '_monolithic' in the 'ide/' directory for Borland or Microsoft compilers.
Source: README.txt, updated 2011-02-15

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