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Libraries available to download (Q-Z)
Attempts at providing the functionality described in Chapter 26 of the draft C++ standard. None of the releases stick perfectly to the specifications of the proposed standard. Version 2.0 is a very deliberate step away from the draft as released in April 1995 for public comments in the USA: it is used as a proof of concept to support a revision of the original specs.
heavy usage of templates and their automatic instantiation;
avoidance of temporary arrays in array expressions;
production of fast compact loops, but some overhead before entering those loops.
Licensing : Non commercial
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