Today, we’ve restructured the file hierarchy of lass a bit. Here’s what has been done:
- The directory
srchas been renamed to
lass. This allows you to include the headers from your working copy into other projects using the
#include <lass/foo/bar.h>way. It used to be that you either had to install lass, or had to copy the headers from
srcto a directory
lass. But not any longer.
- The directory containing the test suite has been moved one level up, next to the new directory
lass, and is now called
test_suite. This agrees with how lass is build, with two build targets: the library
lassand the executable
- All Python related headers and source files have been given their own directory
lass/python, instead of hiding within the
utildirectory and other places. So now you will have to use
#include <lass/python/python_api.h>instead of
#include <lass/util/python_api.h>. This will allow us to better organize the Python code.