1
I Use This!
Moderate Activity
Analyzed about 22 hours ago. based on code collected 2 days ago.

Project Summary

The C! or cbang library is a collection of C++ utility libraries
developed over the course of +10 years and several major C++
application development projects. It should compile and run on
Windows, Linux and OSX using a modern C++ compiler.

Many of the facilities of C! are geared towards cross-platform
application development and providing basic services that most
applications need such as a configuration system, run-time build
information, logging facilities, threads, smart pointers, simple
scripting, etc.

C!'s philosophy is to create clean, simple, readable, modular and
reusable code. C! also encourages exception based error handling,
and light use of C++ templates and C preprocesor macros.

C! "leans" on the venerable boost library but also reimplements
several boost APIs which are considered by the author to be too
template heavy, less readable or overly complicated in boost.

The code was developed on an as needed basis and was never intended to
be any sort of grand unifying system for C++ application development.
However, I hope you find many parts of the library useful in your C++
development projects.

Tags

No tags have been added

Badges

GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 or later
Permitted

Commercial Use

Modify

Distribute

Forbidden

Sub-License

Hold Liable

Required

Distribute Original

Disclose Source

Include Copyright

State Changes

Include License

Include Notice

These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

Project Security

Vulnerabilities per Version ( last 10 releases )

Project Vulnerability Report

Security Confidence Index

Poor security track-record
Favorable security track-record

Vulnerability Exposure Index

Many reported vulnerabilities
Few reported vulnerabilities

Did You Know...

  • ...
    use of OSS increased in 65% of companies in 2016
  • ...
    you can embed statistics from Open Hub on your site
  • ...
    nearly 1 in 3 companies have no process for identifying, tracking, or remediating known open source vulnerabilities
  • ...
    learn about Open Hub updates and features on the Open Hub blog
About Project Security

Languages

C++
65%
C
34%
5 Other
1%

30 Day Summary

Jan 30 2024 — Feb 29 2024

12 Month Summary

Feb 28 2023 — Feb 29 2024
  • 193 Commits
    Up + 55 (39%) from previous 12 months
  • 4 Contributors
    Down 0 (0%) from previous 12 months