Basically a system monitor in C++ for Linux, like HTOP. I used nCurses, Parser and a few extra external libraries to get this running, you should already have these in your system.
ncurses is a library that facilitates text-based graphical output in the terminal. This project relies on ncurses for display output.
Install ncurses within your own Linux environment:
sudo apt install libncurses5-dev libncursesw5-dev
This project uses Make. The Makefile has four targets:
buildcompiles the source code and generates an executable
formatapplies ClangFormat to style the source code
debugcompiles the source code and generates an executable, including debugging symbols
build/directory, including all of the build artifacts
Clone the project repository:
git clone https://github.com/abhinavmir/htop-cppand
Build the project:
Run the resulting executable:
Add binaries to path if you want, and then you can access via
[From the Udacity’s C++ Nanodegree]