shwild is a simple, platform-independent library that implements shell-compatible wildcard pattern matching. It is implemented in C/C++, expressing a C API with a C++ wrapper.
|Tags||Shells Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Various minor fixes were made to the internal handling of namespaces to maximize compatibility with a number of new (and old) C++ compilers.
Release Notes: This release addresses the long-standing, hard-to-reproduce bug in the range parsing. This now makes 0.9 complete, and development/release of 0.10, which will facilitate the return of match location information information, can proceed.
Release Notes: This version works with version 1.9.30 of STLSoft, and provides improved compatibility with VC++ 8 and 9.
Release Notes: This release adds compatibility with Visual C++ 9.
Release Notes: This version is now compatible with the Safe String library (e.g. Visual C++ 8+). Note that this version requires STLSoft 1.9.22, which is available from http://www.stlsoft.org.