Wednesday, September 9, 2015

C/C++ libraries on the move

Just a quick update to note:

  • Latest STLSoft 1.9 - STLSoft 1.9.120 - released. (STLSoft 1.12 will be released by end of year;)
  • Main (i.e. C & C++) CLASP (Command-line Argument Sorting and Parsing) library released onto Synesis Software's GitHub repo. Other language implementations of CLASP, including for Go, Node.js, .NET, and Ruby, will be released soon, and the interesting polymathematicals discussed in this blog.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Back in the Groove ...

Like so many of my other activities - blogs, open-source libraries, magazine articles & columns, books, consulting company - this blog has been left fallow for far too long, due to pressures of work and focus on other things (my stalled startup).

Now, having got my startup curiosity out of my system, I'm getting back in the groove, and will be sorting out the Synesis Software website, open-source libs, and all publishing activities over the next few months.

For now, as far as the Renaissance Programmer goes, there are new posts about implementing the cat system tool in Node.js and closures in C#, and an update to the post on time-formatting with items on Objective-C, JavaScript (for Node aficionados), PowerShell, and Swift. There'll be a lot more to come on Go, JavaScript and Swift over the coming months, and I intend to post several times a week from here on in.