I’ll be keeping an eye on NuGet. It sounds like it can be usefull. According to wikipedia, “NuGet is a free and open source package manager for the .NET Framework.(…)NuGet can be used from the command line and automated via scripts. NuGet supports native packages written in C++.” It is under the Apache License 2.0.
I’m trying Qt Creator out, and had some dificulty figuring out how to enable C++11 support. After all, the best way to lear how to use the new features is to, well, to use them (and hopefully learn from the mistakes I will make). After some research, and a couple of forum posts and stackoverflow […]
For anyone who stumbles upon this, I’m currently enjoying the streaming presentations from this year’s edition of GoingNative. You can find it here http://channel9.msdn.com/ for now. You can still see the past presentations. I hope they keep them all available online (I guess they will be here)