This project is focused on implementing algorithms and data structures in C++, while following good software engineering practices, such as:
There are a few ways to get involved.
You can find more details regarding the steps above in the contribution guidelines, so be sure to check them out.
Create a new issue and we'll handle it from there. 😄
✅ = has unit tests
To compile the source files, run
make from the
C++ directory. Doing so will create executable binaries in the
To compile and run all tests, run
make test. This will compile all the tests (in the same way as described above) and will run them, displaying the results.
In order to run a specific test and see its results, run it manually from the
bin directory after calling
make. For example, this command (executed from
bin) would run only the unit tests for the N Queens algorithm:
To remove all of the files created during compilation, run
make clean. You need not do this every time you make some changes to a file and want to recompile it. Just run
make and it will re-compile just those files whose contents have changed.
To see what happens in the background during compilation and testing, see the following files:
This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.