It is a wrapper in the sense that I use the C version as the foundation.
That is, the C version is the testing criteria for the C++ version.
I have accomplished that phase.
I have added some graphs that show the matching proportion in TEOS-10 concepts as generated by the C++ library.
Notice that proportion matches in the Conservative Temperature (CT), Potential Enthalpy (hO) a.k.a. "Ocean Heat Content", and the infrared photon quantity (mol).
Regular readers will remember that concept as detailed in a Dredd Blog series (The Ghost Photons, 2, 3).
Any way, the matching pattern in those three show the fidelity of TEOS-10 in that the patterns, ratios, and synchronization holds up.
It does not match the Absolute Salinity (SA) because SA is not a proportional factor in Ocean Heat Content.
When that takes place I will be getting back to regular "programming" here.
Until then, Happy New Year to all readers.
The previous post in this series is here.