A new package is now available on the Bincrafters Public Conan Repository: “The Azure IOT SDK for C” published by Microsoft. It is a pure C library for communicating with Microsoft Azure’s IOTHub platform, and features a collection of other pure C libraries for things like MQTT, AMQP, JSON Parsing, etc. Each library is packaged separately with Conan, and the dependency tree is expressed appropriately in each recipes. For instructions on using these libraries from our repository, please see this post.
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Over the past year, each member of the Bincrafters team has worked extensively with the Conan platform on packaging a diverse array of C and C++ libraries. We’ve had the opportunity to dig very deep into advanced features such as custom generators, conan package tools for CI automation, and a great deal of debugging. Here are some of the things we’ve learned about advanced packaging at scale.
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A new package is now available on the Bincrafters Public Conan Repository: Microsoft’s “CPPRest SDK”. Formerly known as “Casablanca”, the CPPRest SDK is one of the most stable and mature REST libraries for C++. It is a solid library for interacting with any REST API, not just those provided by Microsoft. For instructions on using Bincrafters
public-conan repository, please see this post.
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If you make modern applications or software libraries and are having difficulty with the “profit” part, the Bintray entitlements system might be able to help you.
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The JFrog CLI can be used with all of JFrog’s products: Artifactory, Bintray, Mission Control, and Xray. This post focuses on it’s usefulness to Bintray users who are in the business of packaging and uploading binaries on a regular basis.
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