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cppfront C++ syntax replacement

cppfront — C++ Syntax 2.0 Experiment by Herb Sutter

Presented at CppCon 2022, cppfront by Herb Sutter is an experiment on making a 10x improvement to the C++ programming language by implementing a new, safer, more modern “lessons learned” syntax. Attempts to improve C++ are nothing new, as we saw with Google’s recently announced Carbon programming language. This approach …

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Raylib 4.2 Released C/C++ Based Open Source Game Development Framework

RayLib 4.2 Released

RayLib, a popular open source C/C++ based framework for game and multimedia development, just released RayLib 4.2. Almost a year after the release of RayLib 4.0, RayLib 4.2 has seen rapid growth in the number of contributors and much of the development of this release should make it easier for …

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raylib 4.0 released cross platform C/C++ games framework library

Raylib 4 Released

The open source C based cross platform game library/framework raylib just released version 4. This is the first major update since the 3.7 release in April, raylib 4 is a major update and should be considered a LTS or Long Term Stable release. One of the great things about raylib …

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Ultra App Kit 1.1 Released with Cross Platform Support

Ultra App Kit 1.1 Released — Now With Cross Platform Support

Ultra App Kit was first released in April earlier this year and it provided a light weight C++ framework for creating GUI applications, specifically game development tools. There was one massive problem with that release… it was Windows only. With the release of Ultra App Kit 1.1, Linux and MacOS …

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