Loki is a C++ library which demonstrates and encourages the use of generic programming and designe patterns. It was written to accompany the book entitled "Modern C++ Design." The library includes a parametrized smart pointer class, generalized functors, a multithreading abstraction, and some help for important patterns.
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Release Notes: This version has been synchronized with http://sourceforge.net/projects/loki-lib/. This project is now a full superset of loki with extensions for gcc/Linux.
Release Notes: Fixes for gcc 3 were made. A Threads.h implementation of ClassLevelLockable and ObjectLevelLockable was added for g++3.
Release Notes: This release has a fix for the -DMAX_SMALL_OBJECT_SIZE=0 delete() call. It now compiles with -O3 and NDEBUG by default.
Release Notes: The autotools scripts and the loki-config commmand were added.