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Anar Manafov is currently offline  Anar Manafov
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Registered: August 2004
Location: Germany, Darmstadt
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From: kp1pc34.gsi.de
Dear C++ developers,

I am really happy to see a connection point for C++ development on the GSI forum.
Let me contribute my 5 cents to the GSI C++ community.

On my GSI Wiki home: http://wiki.gsi.de/cgi-bin/twiki/view/Main/AnarManafov
You can find “My Current Development ring” and among others you find the “C++ Development”:
http://wiki.gsi.de/cgi-bin/twiki/view/Main/CplusplusDev

There I have some C++ related information collection and dynamically going to maintain and grow the page.
You can find there very useful “Migration Guide for gcc 3.2” guide, I have collected and will add some more information about porting from gcc 2.95 to gcc 3.x.
Also you find there “Programming in C++, Rules Collection”, I am collecting some rules there, very useful for beginners and not only.
You find on my site a lot of C++ links, the father's Web Home: Bjarne Stroustrup's Homepage, ISO/ANSI C++ standard community, and so on…
There are some MS Visual C++ information and MS development technologies.

Very handy information is collected in “Migration Guide for gcc 3.2” and “Programming in C++, Rules Collection” topics.

The site has been just started; I have many ideas and a lot of collected material. I am going to update my site very often.

Comments or/and suggestions are really welcome.


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[Updated on: Tue, 08 March 2005 20:38]

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