We are working on a project which requires that a C++ project be ported from Unix to Windows, to be compiled under Visual Studio 2005.
The project is not very large (~9000 lines) and doesn't use many OS-specific features, except for mem mapped files.
Should be easy for an experienced C++ developer
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Answers to questions : 1. The project is a library for natural language applications. Its basically a Markov model of consequetive words in a sentence. 2. The core functionality is compiled as a static lib. with some command line utils which uses that lib 3. I can give source code for inspection, will post it somewhere shortly 4. I would like the memory mapped code rewritten to use the Boost lib for cross-platform compatability 5. There are some other, minor Windows incompatability, eg. fseek, ftruncate, which needs to be dealt with. 6. The are no gui, threads, forks, networking. There are basic file functionality. 7. It compiles under Linux, gcc 4.1. the code is complete & compileable 8. It was written only a couple of years ago. 9. I prefer it in visual studio 2005, but if you do it on 2008 etc and I can redo the project file, then no problems. Thanks for getting in touch Hieu
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hi guys, the source code for it is here [url removed, login to view] thanks again for bidding
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Just to re-iterate. The port should be to Visual Studio, either 2005 or 2008. It shouldn't be using cygwin/mingw or any other Unix compatability tool
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This is the source and test data so u can test the output once its been converted. [url removed, login to view] thx again.