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  • d295ebbce4 8_7, 8_8, and 8_9 completed!
  • 62cfd3d809 8_4.cpp written and working!
  • 77c903345b Seems like our implementation works! Now, we can't we exchange the values directly? Let's try it...
  • 44386f52ca Appears it does indeed run if we specify std::swap; adding a seperate function with this distinction so we have something to test against
  • 600eaa4424 Testing out reverse, putting together 8_4.cpp
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  • 34cdb4ed17 Ahhh, just realized there's no swap, it really is a very straightforward algorithm; this is no partition.
  • 51b8c66c5a After looking back into the book, I see how we need to write the remove() function now
  • cf3f469918 Adding remove_copy and remove_copy_if implementations
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  • 8e72387d79 Ok, great, find_if appears to also be working! Just needed to make sure to return the end() on false, something I debugged. Added organization in commenting and formatting of output
  • e993ab9def Added code to test search, seems our algorithm if working!
  • 507b5d8dfb Compiling!
  • df85ae3e2d Adding search and find_if. search was actually a tiny bit tricky, I'm still 50/50 on the logic
  • 2527052e40 Ok, appears to be working! Moving onto implementing more functions
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  • 1b02b30e40 Ahhhh man, this took quite a bit of googling and thinking. Templates. When organizing them, how do we do it? How do we organize them? The answer I eventually came to, I bioled down in a comment, which I will paste below: /** * How to compile with templates? * * This is an issue that the book had warned me ahead of time; the * definition of templates * are needed at link time, and typically, this is provided within the * header. * * At the moment, I am providing the implementation in a seperate header * file. It is still * capped off with ".h" because I don't feel like trying to see how to * get vim to recognize * ".tpp" files as valid C++ for highlighting/editing convenience, and * also, I'm not entirely * sure what the right way to do this is. * * I am also using: * https://stackoverflow.com/questions/495021/why-can-templates-only-be * -implemented-in-the-header-file as inspiration. * * Something else, too: If I'm including this file into the header file, * shouldn't the * implementation get its own header guard and fully qualified names? * For the moment, I am going * to just give it a header guard, but qualified names... the only way * would be to constantly * upkeep a search-and-replace, you know, it can be inconvenient to do * this for every single line. * * Would that be the only way? Keeping this blob here for reference. * **/
  • 9a1bdea4fb Reorganization as this grows
  • 3af7a666db Wowwowow, added find, and appears to be working!!! I'm really loving this book
  • dd85d5a51d Appears that equal() implementation is working!
  • 999cb01444 Needed to add typename; compiling and running as expected now!
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  • 5e6a086049 Few touchups, organizing, seperate main out so to allow for templates.h to be imported down the line
  • 5874a012e8 Added compilation script; also, now compiling!
  • a6fc04cdb6 Adding header file
  • 9b01f130e5 Added needed predicates, correcting any potential dependency needs
  • b51fc0b4e4 Added new split function; need to stick in space/not_space predicates
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  • 47c45d27e4 6_9.cpp now working~
  • 0a62645f55 Attempting 6_9.cpp (skipping over 6_7 and 6_8 since they are very tied to this larger program the book has written, and I just want to move onto testing these concepts on my own programs)
  • 05d707f37d 6_6 seems to be compiling, I will assume this is a successful refactor
  • d402d53912 Compiling, I will assume 6_5.cpp is working! (It should, it follows the same general format as the others)
  • 27b746dab2 New file, and added new compilation instructions for 5th exercise
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  • 9f93bc46ca Correction; update lint:js to lint:ts

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  • 78e1454efb Docs script now working in generating .nojekyll for us!
  • fc1ef23838 Ahhh, has to be in root of docs dir... we need to modify the script, is the only thing, touch is not working, only got this working by moving .nojekyll over from root project dir to docs dir
  • e78f851b3a Adding .nojekyll file to see if that works for some pages in docs missing
  • 55edd88d7b Updating README with dev docs
  • 966f8088d9 Adding docs to .npmignore
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  • e9ae825011 Adding credits, forget to include this

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  • 13d8883986 Another attempt, this time following https://github.com/codecov/example-typescript
  • 25d2c4a152 Trying to line, inspired by README from this repo: https://github.com/codecov/codecov-node
  • 5f6e84093d Did I forget to cimmit the .nycrc...? Oops, might be why not running correctly
  • 0c4b3c5a65 Minor change, let's see if it works
  • 8b9196b003 Updating to test and see if we can get Codecov integrated. By the way, important note, it seems like the code coverage outputs into HTML successfully, but just doesn't show as a table after running for some reason
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  • 6867c2b536 Added logic to throw exception if identity is not found, however, I think we should better establish using of exceptions and try/catch
  • 15def6b98e After fleshing out the CLI piece, it appears to be compiling...
  • 2b7c0b12b4 Added revise() function in for GitIdentity, now to connect it to the cli...
  • 2a4d9fcd18 Adding GitIdentityReviseOpts and attempt at revise function
  • 581e49c048 Compiling, added getIdentity() function... I realize that, we need to refactor this more, we have like 3 different objects going on (Identity[], the JSON objects, etc)
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