Code Quality Rank: L3
Programming language: C++
License: Boost Software License 1.0
Tags: Math     Text Processing    
Latest version: v2.2.1

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Configurable Math Library

For CML version 1, please see https://github.com/demianmnave/CML1.


The Configurable Math Library (CML) is released under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0..


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Using the CML

As it is header-only, it is simple enough to copy the cml header directory into your project and setup your build to reference it. Users of CMake 3.15+ can also leverage [cmake --install ...](make.org/cmake/help/v3.15/manual/cmake.1.html#install-a-project) and find_package(CML CONFIG) to integrate CML into a CMake project.

Compiler requirements

At the moment, the CML requires the following compiler features (listed as CMake target_compile_features(...) flags here):

Running Tests

To run the test suite from a command prompt using a Makefile-like generator, start in your build directory and execute:


Then, to build the tests (again from your build directory):

cmake --build . --config Release

You can run the full test suite from your build directory by executing:

ctest -C Release

If you have multiple CPUs (e.g. 4 in this case), you can speed things up a bit using, for example:

cmake --build . --config Release -- -j4

ctest -C Release -j4

See .travis.yml for supported XCode, Clang, and GCC versions, and .appveyor.yml for supported Visual Studio versions.

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