These are some links that I have run across in my digital travels.
|Sources for Source Code|
|http://www.google.com/codesearch||If your looking for code samples this is the place to search|
|Gnu Auto Tools|
|autotools.html||My #1 choice on automake tutorial. This is from the folks at EPITA – LRDE Download the pdf turtorial and click through with adobe.
It’s structured like an animation.
Explanation is top notch but demo is so so
|Openismus||Explanation is so-so, but really nice demo. Some issues, it looks like theres a bunch of stuff that has been depcrecated. I disceted this stuff in my blog|
|Source Forge||This tutorial is ok.|
|Autoconf||This link takes you to the GNU.org Autoconf table of contents. Scroll down to the bottom and you get the Autoconfig Macro Index|
|gnu automake||This takes you to main table for gnu automake|
|official gtkmm site||Tutorial for gtkmm|
|Qt Tutorial Site.||The official Qt tutorial site|
|Paul Kunz’s C++ course||This site is awesome. If your a non OO programmer interested in C++ then this is the site for you. I spent a couple of months going through the tutorial on learning C++. Only problem… Doesn’t run nice on linux.
Works better on windows. (see my blog posts.)
|PDF to Mr. Kunz’s Course||I found a site that posted a pdf of Paul Kunz lecture.|
|www.cplusplus.com||I ran into this site when I first started my C++ adventure. I understood it when I read it but I couldn’t get it to sink in. It some very concise documentation. Too much for a newbie to absorb at once. Once you sort of understand whats going on and you need to review, this site is actually quite nice.|
|State University of Groningen||I ran into this site when I was researching virtual destructor. From the intro it sounds like the author is not goo goo eyed over C++. I guess he drank the cool aid, but it did have any effect 😉|
|cprogramming||This looks interesting. A bunch of links to a bunch of tutorials|
|yolinux||Haven’t really had a chance to explore this one yet.|
|http://www.cppreference.com/||Haven’t had a chance to really use this yet but it looks like it has potential|
|gtkOpenCascade||Linux Gtk+ sample code. (I haven’t got this to work yet|
|QtOpenCascade||This demo worked great for me. My interests are more in gtk++ at the moment|
|Misc Cad-Cam Stuff|
|This is the home site for some open source cad software. I liked the documentation that talked|
|freesteel||I’m not quite sure how I would describe this sight.|
|Some Word Press stuff
Posting Source Code
|Alex Gorbatchev’s SyntaxHighlighter project was used in the implementation of this feature|
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