C++11 library providing functionality common to all adapters.
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How to build

To customize your build, you may change several variables that are consumed by make.

These variables, along with some explanations can be found in Makefile.conf.

You can edit that file, or create a file local.conf in the root of the repository, which will also be parsed by make.

A sample local.conf looks like this:



Now, run:

make all
make install