This package will allow you to create an Atomic SDK (includes, libs, optional docs), still MIT licensed, that can then be used to created C++ programs. It is presently for the Linux platform.
This is a minimalist methodology to create an Atomic C++ program, you get the SDK, then a Makefile and some code and off you go. The Makefile contains
the raw power of the system, and is presently linking all libraries, like the AtomicPlayer does. This can be tuned to do only 2D or 3D, and drop out libraries
you don’t need (unless they have dependency issues), hence the “raw” part.
There is room for improvement
It’s split into 3 parts (in zip files), for generating the SDK, a simple application, and enhancing the C++ FeatureExamples.
(SdkGeneration.zip) The SDK is generated with a script and can optionally add the doxygen API docs (if you have doxygen installed).
(SimpleApp.zip) This is a simple C++ application in source form that is intended to be compiled with a created SDK.
(FeatureExampleFiles.zip) There are some support files (Makefile) for the C++ FeatureExamples that comes with Atomic that also make it compile with a created SDK and run.
SDK instructions are here, with the 3 zip files to download, to get the full SDK experience.
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