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Yc is a library of utilities for C.
Yc is developed by Yzena.
Yc is Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). It is licensed under the Yzena Network License 0.1.
To get started, clone the repo, and then run the following commands in the root directory:
git config --local include.path ./.gitconfig git submodule update --init --recursive
Yc depends on CMake. On Ubuntu, it can be installed with the following command:
sudo apt install cmake cmake-curses-gui
Yc is not even in Alpha stage yet. This software is not ready for use.
Yc is written in pure ISO C11.
Yc uses the git workflow described here. Developers who want to contribute to Yc are encouraged to read that post carefully.
For feature branches, it uses
rebase + merge --no-ff (option 3). It also uses
master split. (Main development is on
points to the latest tagged release to make it easy for users to get the latest
Projects under Yzena, including Yc, use the commit message guidelines laid out in this blog post.
Yc uses semantic versioning.
Open Source, Not Open Contribution
- The code uses specific implementations of math and bit operations to avoid undefined behavior, so the code "looks" wrong at first glance.
- New features are required to have a requirements document, a comprehensive specification (preferably in a formal specification language), fully fleshed-out design documents, and a comprehensive test suite.
- The code uses features specifically in this library to provide the semantics of Rust's borrow checker, but in C. This will also be confusing to newcomers, especially since it uses Structured Concurrency.
- The code uses an internal build system.
- The code style is my own slightly eccentric style.
Every folder contains a README file which lists the purposes for the files and folders in that directory.
CMakeLists.txt CMake is the build system used for Yc. This is the root config file. LICENSE.md A Markdown version of the Yzena Network License 0.1. NOTICE.md The NOTICE file required by the Yzena Network License.
cmake Contains CMake utilities. docs Contains all of the documentation for Yc (currently empty). include Contains all of the public header files for Yc. src All of Yc's source code. tests Tests for Yc.