In Part 1 of this series, we reviewed options for handling sets of bits from C++. In the conclusion, we'll review the pros and cons of BitMagic.
Unfortunately BitMagic does not use the autotools to build it's example programs. The changes to a few files shown below will allow you to build most of the sample programs that come with BitMagic on a 64-bit Linux machine using gcc. Once these changes are in place you should be able to type make rebuild to create most of the sample programs.