This series is the Chinese edition of the open source book C++ Best Practises, which provides a comprehensive introduction to the best practices of modern C++ projects from the perspectives of tools, code style, security, maintainability, portability, multithreading, performance, correctness, and more. This article is the seventh and final article in the series.
C++ Best Practices:
2. Code style
5. Portability and multi-threading
7. Correctness and scripting (this article)
The above method, while better, still has a bidirectional implicit conversion between std::string and std::filesystem::p ath.
Consider using the following types of security libraries:
Note that stronger types also mean that the compiler can make more optimizations.
The combination of scripting and compiling languages is very powerful, both giving us the benefits of a compiled language we like (type safety, performance, thread-safe options, consistent memory model) and giving us the flexibility to quickly try new things without having to rebuild them completely.
Virtual machine-based compilation languages already do just that: JRuby, Jython, IronRuby, IronPython
Note: This series inspired O’Reilly’s series of videos: Learning C++ Best Practices
Finally, try to expand your horizons and try other programming languages. Other languages have different constructs and expressions, and learning something else will encourage us to use C++ more creatively and write cleaner, more expressive code.
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C++ Best Practises: https://lefticus.gitbooks.io/cpp-best-practices/content/
Sorting in C vs C++: https://lefticus.gitbooks.io/cpp-best-practices/content/Sorting%20in%20C%20vs%20C++.pdf
Learning C++ Best Practices: http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920049814.do
The C++ Core Guidelines: https://github.com/isocpp/CppCoreGuidelines
The Ultimate Question of Programming, Refactoring, and Everything: https://pvs-studio.com/en/blog/posts/cpp/0391/
LLVM Coding Standards: https://llvm.org/docs/CodingStandards.html
C++ Programming Style Guidelines: https://geosoft.no/development/cppstyle.html
Google C++ Style Guide: https://google.github.io/styleguide/cppguide.html
C++ Super-FAQ: https://isocpp.org/faq/
In-Depth: Static Code Analysis: https://www.gamedeveloper.com/programming/in-depth-static-code-analysis
Best Practice For C++ 11/14 Libraries: https://svn.boost.org/trac10/wiki/BestPracticeHandbook
cppcheck list of checks: https://sourceforge.net/p/cppcheck/wiki/ListOfChecks/
StackOverflow C++ FAQ: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/c%2b%2b-faq?sort=votes&pageSize=15
CMake Documentation: https://cmake.org/cmake/help/latest/manual/cmake.1.html
Basic CMake usage: https://codingnest.com/basic-cmake/
Effective Modern CMake: https://gist.github.com/mbinna/c61dbb39bca0e4fb7d1f73b0d66a4fd1
It’s Time To Do CMake Right: https://pabloariasal.github.io/2018/02/19/its-time-to-do-cmake-right/
An Introduction to Modern CMake: https://cliutils.gitlab.io/modern-cmake/