- in-development: I am currently actively working on the project. Feel free to use it, but note that it could (drastically) change. On the up-side, you’ll get more features.
- maintenance only: I will definitely review PRs and help with issues. If you request a feature, I will probably ask to make a PR. I fix bugs when I have time, but note that this project has become “work”, so without incentives I won’t work a lot on it.
- experimental prototype: this project is a fun idea I had and wanted to try out. You should probably not be using this in production. In the future, I might work on it more and polish it.
- abandoned: I don’t want to work on this project anymore. This happens when I burn out on an “in-development” project, but it is not finished enough to warrant a “maintenance only” project. If you want to continue working on it, contact me, and we can work something out.
C++ parser library
STL compatible C++ memory allocator library
Zero overhead utilities for preventing bugs at compile time.
Contiguous container library: arrays with customizable allocation and small buffer optimization.
Low-level library featuring various tricks to improve space efficiency, like bit packing and tombstones.
Simple, flexible and modular assertion macro
Hashed strings serving as identifiers
Library to parse and work with the C++ AST, built on top of libclang.
standardese is a WIP documentation generator for C++, with the aim to be a better Doxygen. Taken over by other volunteers.