a small library which determines and returns standardized names for platforms.
A small library which determines and returns standardized names for platforms. The driving goal is to provide platform names that are:
- relatively short
- readable (as much as possible making matching the given name to an actually machine self-explanatory)
- be capable enough to produce all names needed to distinguish all platform-specific application builds
- generally safe for usage in filenames
- not ugly (e.g. "MSWin32" is ugly)
released on 15 September 2009
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