[Dec '10] Coming soon: Pantheios.Net. The same technology that allows Pantheios (C++) to be robust, succinct, extensible and highly efficient, applied to the .NET platform. Watch this space ... (or get in contact)




Tutorials: Library Selector Tool

Because the front-end and back-end(s) are selected via the linker (either implicitly or explicitly), this can be something of an onerous task to the busy C++ developer. In order to expedite this process, a utility is provided that allows the user to quickly specify their compiler, configuration, required front-end and back-end(s), and linker syntax. Linker options are available for explicitly linking:

Pantheios Library Selector - Explicit Linking

and for implicitly linking:

Pantheios Library Selector - Implicit Linking

Simply select the options that match your requirements (and the compiler you're using), and click on Copy to clipboard, and then paste into your code / makefile / IDE.

See also

  • Essentials - essential facts you need to know about Pantheios to get up and running.
  • Pantheios Architecture - introduction to the four parts of the Pantheios architecture: Application Layer, Core, Front-end, Back-ends.
  • Downloads - download the Pantheios library (source and binaries), samples, tools and dependent projects.
  • Tutorials - tutorials on using the Pantheios library.
  • Related Material - read up on the concepts of Shims & Type Tunneling, on the STLSoft auto_buffer class, on namespace aliasing, and more ...
  • API Documentation - once you've familiarised yourself with Pantheios via the tutorials, use the online documentation for fine details on the API functions and types.
  • Project Members - see who is implementing Pantheios, and how you can help out.
  • Performance - performance tests, which demonstrate the claimed peerless performance of Pantheios.
  • Future Directions - features that are anticipated/planned, but not yet implemented.


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