Lénaïc Bagnères, hnc@singularity.fr | bagneres@lri.fr
Ph.D. student, supervised by Cédric Bastoul and Christine Eisenbeis
LRI (Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique), Équipe Architectures parallèles ParSys
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img/32x32/kdevelop.png Dev
img/32x32/adjustable_wrench_and_screwdriver.png Tools
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img/32x32/graduate_cap.png Teaching
img/32x32/cpp_src.png C++
img/32x32/coin.png Trade
img/32x32/debian.png Debian

img/48x48/wine.png Windows

Microsoft Windows is a proprietary system. Do not use it (like all proprietary software).
You can must use a free (libre and no-cost) operating system like img/16x16/debian.png Debian GNU/Linux.
Microsoft Windows est un système privateur / propriétaire qu'il ne faut pas utiliser (commes les autres logiciels privateurs / propriétaires).
Vous pouvez devez utiliser un système d'exploitation libre et gratuit comme img/16x16/debian.png Debian GNU/Linux.

img/48x48/adjustable_wrench_and_screwdriver.png Development in C++

img/32x32/hard_disk.png Install required free softwares

img/16x16/hard_disk.png Install some required sofwares on Windows (GCC (MinGW), Python 2.7, Git, CMake)

img/32x32/directory_hammer.png Developement directory

Create a directory where you want
I use Git in my personnal folder

img/32x32/archive.png Add paths in environment variables with Install Projects :)

In your developement directory, run a console

Execute these commands:
git clone https://gitlab.com/hnc/install_projects.git
cd install_projects/scripts
python ./install_projects.py install

See img/16x16/archive.png "Install Projects" article

img/32x32/cpp_src.png Compile a C++ project (using CMake)

To run a console, from the file explorer, right-clic: "Git Bash Here".

See img/16x16/cmake.png "CMake & C++" article

img/32x32/newspaper.png Other pages:
img/32x16/hard_disk.png Installation of common free softwares (How install packages on Windows)
img/32x16/adjustable_wrench_and_screwdriver.png Development in C++ (Development in C++ with CMake and GCC)