Biicode is not a Version Control System, neither a Source Code Management System. As a dependency manager, biicode makes “some kind” of internal version control to establish dependencies against a specific version of the block.
Our versions are incremental integers starting on 0. Until now, to know that biicode’s version corresponds to any official version you had to look for it on the block’s description or readme.
Now you can tag a version while publishing. For example, qiangwu/atlstl corresponds to the official “1.9.98” version:
This is is a small explanation about BITSCAN, the C++ library exclusively developed by Pablo San Segundo.
BITSCAN is dedicated to the efficient processing of bit strings. In programming, a bit string is a data structure that stores collections of 1s and 0s. It gets interesting when those 1s and 0s refer to a Boolean property of a group, so that each element of this group is identified by a bit of that chain.
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A good example of this is the game of chess. In a chessboard each position is formed by six different types of pieces with two possible colours. A string of 64 bits can encode the position of all pieces of the same type and color on the board (e.g. “white pawns”) by referring each bit to a square with the semantics of a value to 1 (TRUE) if the square is occupied by a piece of the chosen type and 0 (FASLE) otherwise. Continue reading
Thanks to your feedback we are improving faster than expected. We are working hard based on the feedback we get from our users. This week’s release brings you an easier way of installing and configuring biicode than ever before.
Hello bees biicode 0.7.2 is out!
We just released biicode 0.7.2 containing a few bugfixes and a couple of cool tutorials.
We just released biicode 0.6.2 containing a few major features you can check here but our battleship for this release is Arduino support!
After an initial Beta launch with a restricted base of users, we are happy to announce that we can now open our service to everyone ;-)