Antoine Beyeler proudly annouces the release of the much-awaited H2C 1.5.
H2C is a time saving jewel for C++ programmers.
Instead of declaring each class member functions twice — once in the
header file (.h) and once in the source file (.cp) — H2C automatically
generates a source file containing all the class member functions from a
given header file.
++ rapid access with drag and drop of header files
++ plug-in architecture to create personalized output (source files written
with a customized style, or, for example, code documentation template
generation or object database filling)
++ now ships with Template 1.0, a plug-in based on template text file that
provide an even easier way to personalize H2C
Changes in version 1.5:
++ C++ parser completely rewritten
++ support for many C++ features added
++ API strongly modified and improved to take advantage of the new parser
++ new Template plug-in
++ Appearance Manager aware (but still compatible with non-Appearance
++ user interface enhanced
++ many bugs fixed
System 7.5 or later
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If you decide to use H2C, please register. It’s only 15 USD for a
single user license or 400 USD for a site license.