Cling, run C/C++ as script
Based on Clang and with the LLVM
How can IntelliSense from your IDE/Editor know if the code is it right without even compiling? This is possible thanks to cling style technology.
Cling is an interactive C++ interpreter, built on the LLVM and Clang. Its advantages over standard interpreters are that it has command line prompt and uses just-in-time (JIT) compiler for compilation. Many of the developers of these types of software applications call them interactive compilers.
One of Cling’s main goals was to provide a contemporary, high-performance alternative to the first C++ interpreter in the ROOT - CINT project. Backward compatibility with CINT was a top priority during development.
Just download the script Python, give execution permission and run:
The truth is that this construction process will take a long time, the cling is huge! Then see how to install the binary below.
There is binary for several operating systems including Linux . If you want to quickly install on Ubuntu, for example, do as follows:
As of the publication date of this article this is the latest version, for other versions and binaries see here .
If you want to omit
You can also enter a subshell by just running:
For more usage tips visit the addresses: