Commit bd2a029a authored by Jay Jay Billings's avatar Jay Jay Billings
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Removed all native C++ projects.



We have decided that we will no longer support the native projects
because they are unused and we don't have the spare developers. I am
removing this code from the repository to reflect that fact and to
prevent users of our upcoming releases from becoming confused by it.
Signed-off-by: default avatarJay Jay Billings <billingsjj@ornl.gov>
parent cb34412f
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