I was wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of an 'excellent' faq or even book that covers the finer details of C++ development on Linux, especially in relation to an advanced windows coder making the change over.
I have a couple of fairly complex console screen management librarys written in 'Borland' C++ that I think that porting them would make an excellent learning exercise to better understand the methods of linux development.
I am looking more for a guide on linux devlopment specifics and methods, than a guide to C++.
Also any good information on ASM development for the linux platform such as assemblers and interupt lists would be very helpful.
I have only in the past used linux for hosting and testing web projects but feel it is time to jump in to some more serious and useful linux devlopment.
Any document recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance