ConfigLib For Mac Publisher's description
from Warren vonRoeschlaub
The configLib project has four goals...
The configLib project has four goals:
1. Make creating a configuration setting as easy as possible without allowing for incomplete creation.
2. To ensure that a malformed or incomplete configuration setting blocks compilation to prevent releases with configuration settings that will be "finished later" and then never returned to.
3. To provide enough flexibility to allow any configuration file to be read in even the largest project.
4. To keep as lightweight as possible in release form so that even small projects can benefit.
This goal is achived by separating the configuration settings and the configuration file into two separate classes. Each configuration setting takes the file it is associated with and the parameters to uniquely identify it in the file. To control the variable type, a template is used.
Any object with a default constructor, and increment operator, and serialization can be used. If the object doesn't have any of these and they can't be added, a function template can be defined to override the default behavior.
How simple is it to get started? This is a complete configuration setting definition:
using namespace configlib;
configitem int_value(g_Config, "int section", "int value", "-i=", 3);
What's New in This Release:В· This update provides some minor performance improvements, and adds better const support including const iterators.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall