terp is a modular template engine that integrates tightly into ANT and provides a portable C++ compiler task (aCC, g++, icc, msvc++, SUN CC, xlC) on many platforms and processor architectures, a collection iterator task, a full-featured expression language with host introspection, formatters, selectors, and transformers for expressions, and much more. It can be embedded into Ant, used as a stand-alone or embedded templating engine, or used as a batch or interactive expression evaluator. It is extremely flexible and can be extended with your own types, operators can be overloaded, and properties and methods can be added to types.
|Tags||Template engine template processor Ant C++ hostscan|
|Operating Systems||Cross Platform|
Release Notes: This release has many bugfixes. A forcebuild flag has been implemented. There is dependency analysis for partial rebuilds, significantly improved performance for no-build-necessary scenarios, support for more processor architectures, support for QNX Neutrino cross-compilers, and Microsoft Visual Studio project file generation.