JFrog’s swampup conference 2018 happened last month, and the devops challenges of C and C++ received a great deal of attention. There was a Conan training session on Day 1, a Conan roadmap discussion on Day 2, and a room dedicated to Conan talks on Day 3. This trip report is focused primarily on sharing the predominant themes and feedback heard from the swampup attendees who came to these events to learn and talk about C and C++.
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In a previous post we outlined the latest workflow for creating Conan packages for third-party open-source libraries based on some recent changes at that time. Unfortunately, there were some problems with that workflow (and post), which are now rectified with today’s release of Conan 1.1. Here’s a primer on the latest process.
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This is an announcement of the planned deprecation and replacement of the Bincrafters modular boost packages. Specifically, the boost modular packages for v1.64.0 and v1.65.1 featuring upper-case characters and dots will be removed. Users must switch to the new naming convention featuring all lower-case characters and underscores.
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After much delay, the Bincrafters team has completed the Boost 1.66.0 modular packages, and they’re finally ready for consumption. In case you’re new to Bincrafters, you can find the link to the repository here:
Bincrafters Public Conan Repository on Bintray
Along with this release, we’re also announcing a general request for assistance from the Conan user community. Please read on for more details.
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January 2018 proved to be one of the busiest and most challenging months ever for Bincrafters. As stated previously, we’ve been toiling away at improving our quality and working through the results of the “great package refresh” which we started in December. We’ve now weathered the storm, and are looking forward to making a number of great announcements in the weeks to come. Here’s a few right now.
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