Libstick is written in C++ (-std=c++98) and employs cmake for building
software. Using the script
build.sh from the source, building libstick should
be as easy as
on a Linux platform. However, by invoking cmake directly, you can also build libstick on other platforms, e.g., by letting cmake create a Visual Studio project file you. Also, if you want to change the cmake configuration (e.g., enabling unit tests or changing the installation directory), you have to invoke cmake directly, say:
You can install libstick by invoking the following command from the
See INSTALL.txt for further details.