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Check out tinydir, an open source (BSD) C header-only cross platform library for directory traversal

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Jul
16
comment Is it a good idea to “#define me (*this)”?
Depends. Are you a pirate?
Jun
24
answered Is it an antipattern, modifying an incoming parameter?
Jun
18
comment How much information about an error should be shown to the user?
@JonBentley no I think you are still looking at it as a developer, or perhaps more accurately an advanced user. It's easy to forget how many people are unfamiliar with the concept of "googling an error message". Otherwise comics such as this won't exist.
May
7
comment Writing in C for Performance?
@detly In Visual Studio 2013, the vast majority of C99 features are supported. It is not full support, but I'd wager in practice it's ok to use it for writing C99.
Mar
31
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
3
answered When am I justified in using a License?
Mar
3
answered Learning programming from a book which uses C++98
Feb
14
awarded  Yearling
Jan
7
answered conditional expressions, correct usage
Sep
24
comment Is it bad practice to make an iterator that is aware of its own end
boost::join does what you want.
Sep
23
comment Software Licenses: No Distribution and Private Selling Using Dual Licenses
OP states that she/he wants to prohibit redistribution, so all rights reserved would work.
Sep
20
awarded  Custodian
Sep
20
reviewed No Action Needed What are some good interview questions for nontechnical recruiters to ask?
Sep
20
reviewed Reviewed Generics and Type-erasure
Sep
20
reviewed Reviewed MVC Architecture — How many Controllers do I need?
Sep
20
reviewed No Action Needed Creating a System Sequence Diagram from an [extended] use case
Sep
19
reviewed No Action Needed Why isn't SSL/TLS built into modern Operating Systems?
Sep
19
reviewed No Action Needed Writing my problem solving approach on paper?
Sep
13
comment “Open source” proprietary software licenses?
If for some reason you want people to be able to see the code but not anything else, you don't need a license. The standard copyright (all rights reserved) protects the work from distribution or derivation by others. This is sometimes called source available - not Open Source. You could use a license if you wanted to make this explicit; see Microsoft's Ms-RSL for an example.
Sep
13
comment MIT vs. BSD vs. Dual License
The part about MIT/BSD code becoming GPL once incorporated into a GPL work is inaccurate and may be misleading; unless granted permission by the copyright holder, MIT/BSD code incorporated into a GPL work stays MIT/BSD, and that portion can be reused in other works under the MIT/BSD licenses; only the whole work is considered GPL. See this page for more info: softwarefreedom.org/resources/2007/…