gtgt is exclusively documented in English. Therefore we don't translate the fodina pages too.
First steps for generating the GNU Template Generation Tools were done in 2000. From 2001 on gtgt was published and updated several times.
GNU Template Generation Tools
Two sentences describe the situation at the end of the last century:
- The development of applications with GNU autoconf / automake doesn't seem to be as easy as possible.
- There doesn't exist a full elaborated automatically generated example being already as most as possible prepared for the goals of a GNU programmer.
In this situation we offer the GNU Template Generation Tools - abbreviated as gtgt, spoken as gittee gittee and published under the GNU General Public License
- gitty-gitty ...
- the (general | GNU) template generation tools, are a set of scripts for creating a whole set of sources which may already be compiled and installed using the GNU development tools. Think of gtgt as a program which ...
- is able to generate an already compilable ...
- very sophisticated "hello world" program, written in C or C++ and constituted by a main program, two internal modules (classes), one static and one shared library and one shellscript. All these sources exept the shellscript contain a full set of possible doxygen-comments. And this complex documented "Hello World" is already ...
- fully embedded into GNU autoconf/automake, ...
- the GNU development environment. By using gitty-gitty, you will get a ...
- template of sources
- for the main cases you might meet, and which you can also use as (teaching) examples for c/c++, doxygen, automake, autoconf, etc.