These C++ build images are mainly targeted for automated CI builds of C++ sources.
However, they can also be used for local C++ development.
Therefore these images contain the usual C++ development tools such as Make/CMake, GCC, Clang, gcovr, valgrind, Clang tidy, Clang format, etc.
Alpine Linux uses Musl where as other distros are using glibc.
This can cause different program behaviour.
The same is true for different compilers like GCC and Clang.
Executables may behave differently (in areas where C++ is nor standardized).
Definitely the compilers use different flags and issue different warnings.
Therefore I compile and test my programs with Clang and GCC and use different OSs.
Hence, I am providing different build images herein.
Find the project's sources here: https://gitlab.com/hzahnlei/cpp-build-container
My Git repositories usually do not only contain source code.
Typically you will find documentation, instructions and tests.
- Begin date: 2019-03-30
- End date: ongoing
- Status: active
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