Archive for January 2005

Documentation

The source headers are usually a good place to look for documentation and examples.

High-performance dynamic arrays

Cross-platform directory handling

Cross-platform dynamic library handling

General purpose logging facility

General purpose plug-in management facility

MS style Sleep() for other systems

Hash map with string based keys

General purpose facility for measuring elapsed time inside code

Downloads

The entire set of sources can be downloaded here. These packages also include a Visual Studio 2003 project and Makefiles for building on various platforms.

Version 0.1.0 is available in two forms:

CUTK

This is a collection of functions, libraries, and utilities that I have developed over the years for programming in C. Much of it was written to ease cross-platform development. I am making it available to everyone in the hopes that someone might find it useful. I have released this code under the LGPL with an explicit exception that allows for static linking with this library.

The code is meant to be as standard as possible and I have used most of it at some point under Linux, MacOS X, SPARC Solaris, and Windows. I will add functionality as I get time to pull in and clean up more of my code. Most of the individual libraries and functions are useful by themselves and it is not necessary to install the whole toolkit. Take a look in the Documentation section for more information.

I can be contacted at cosgood@cutk.org
Send bug reports to bugs@cutk.org

Features:

  • High performance, easy to use dynamic array implementation
  • Cross-platform directory handling
  • Cross-platform dynamic library handling
  • General purpose logging facility
  • Powerful general purpose plug-in management system
  • High performance string hash map
  • High precision timing functions