GLFW is released in version 3.3.8
From it’s release notes:
This is a bug fix release. It adds fixes for issues on all supported platforms.
I updated the nuget packet. Have fun
Lua version 5.4.4 has been released.
For now, I stayed with AppVeyor to build the actual binaries. Because, it was a one-click change. But, I am thinking of changing to github actions with one of the next udpates. Not sure. Maybe I won’t. Never change a running system, right.
This was interesting, because it was the first nuget package update on my new computer. A test, whether or not I included all required files in the repository. And the test was a success. The update was easy, just like planned.
Somehow, I never liked GetOpt. I am not convinced by all details of GFlags as well. But, it is the better option than whipping up some CmdLine parser myself.
For the nuget package I focused only on the thread-safe static library. If you need another variant, feel free to reuse my AppVeyor artifacts. Those include basically everything.
As usual, the package code is free: https://bitbucket.org/sgrottel_nuget/gflags_nuget
The community for native library nugets seems not very active. I assume most people use cmake, and have to use some extra scripting for some platform dependent package management, or something. I don’t know. I still like nuget a lot. And so, without further ado: my new Nuget package for LibYAML.
As usual, package code is free: https://bitbucket.org/sgrottel_nuget/libyaml-nuget