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beast - HTTP and WebSocket built on Boost.Asio in C++11

  •    C++

Beast is a C++ header-only library serving as a foundation for writing interoperable networking libraries by providing low-level HTTP/1, WebSocket, and networking protocol vocabulary types and algorithms using the consistent asynchronous model of Boost.Asio. Symmetry: Algorithms are role-agnostic; build clients, servers, or both.

compute - A C++ GPU Computing Library for OpenCL

  •    C++

Boost.Compute is a GPU/parallel-computing library for C++ based on OpenCL. The core library is a thin C++ wrapper over the OpenCL API and provides access to compute devices, contexts, command queues and memory buffers.

hana - Your standard library for metaprogramming

  •    C++

You can browse the documentation online at http://boostorg.github.io/hana. The documentation covers everything you should need including installing the library, a tutorial explaining what Hana is and how to use it, and an extensive reference section with examples. The remainder of this README is mostly for people that wish to work on the library itself, not for its users. After issuing this, doc/html will contain exactly the same static website that is available online. Note that doc/html is automatically ignored by Git so updating the documentation won't pollute your index.

soci - SOCI - The C++ Database Access Library. This is official repository the SOCI project.

  •    C++

Originally, SOCI was developed by Maciej Sobczak at CERN as abstraction layer for Oracle, a Simple Oracle Call Interface. Later, several database backends have been developed for SOCI, thus the long name has lost its practicality. Currently, if you like, SOCI may stand for Simple Open (Database) Call Interface or something similar. SOCI library is distributed under the terms of the Boost Software License.




cmake-examples - Useful CMake Examples

  •    CMake

CMake is a cross-platform open-source meta-build system which can build, test and package software. It can be used to support multiple native build environments including make, Apple’s xcode and Microsoft Visual Studio. This repository includes some example modern CMake configurations which I have picked up when exploring it’s usage for various projects. The examples are laid out in a tutorial like format. The first examples are very basic and slowly increase in complexity drawing on previous examples to show more complex use cases.

Wykobi Computational Geometry Library

  •    C++

Wykobi is an efficient, robust and simple to use multi-platform 2D/3D computational geometry library. Wykobi provides a concise, predictable, and deterministic interface for geometric primitives and complex geometric routines using and conforming to the ISO/IEC 14882:2003 C++ lan

Schifra Reed Solomon Error Correcting Code Library

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Schifra is a very robust, highly optimized and extremely configurable Reed-Solomon error correcting code library for both software and IP core based applications with implementations in C++ and VHDL.


C++ TCP Proxy Server

  •    C++

The C++ TCP Proxy server is a simple utility using the ASIO networking library, for proxying (tunneling or redirecting) connections from external clients to a specific server. The TCP Proxy server can be used to easily and efficiently.

Win32 Registry Activity Monitor

  •    DotNet

A simple program written in Delphi that monitors registry activity on win32 systems. In short a registry key and class are statically added to the code, the program is then run and as changes are made by other applications to the key and all its sub keys the changes are logged an

Jolt.NET : Productivity Libraries for the .NET Framework

  •    DotNet

Inspired by the Boost C++ libraries, Jolt.NET aims to complement the .NET Base Class Library (BCL) and .NET Framework with algorithms, data structures, and general productivity tools. It is the hope of the authors that Jolt.NET features will one day be represented in .NET.

DataBooster - Extension to ADO.NET Data Provider

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The dbParallel DataBooster library is a high-performance extension to ADO.NET Data Provider. (DbAccess, OracleLauncher and SqlLauncher for accessing mass data)

DataAnalyzer

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Application for analyzing protocols and other binary data

C++ Galois Field Arithmetic Library

  •    C++

The C++ Galois Field Arithmetic Library, implements a specialised version of Galois Fields known as extension fields or in other words fields of the form GF(2^m) and was developed as a base for programming tasks that involved cryptography and error correcting codes.

cpp-serializers - Benchmark comparing various data serialization libraries (thrift, protobuf etc

  •    C++

Compare various data serialization libraries for C++. This project does not have any external library dependencies. All (boost, thrift etc.) needed libraries are downloaded and built automatically, but you need enough free disk space to build all components. To build this project you need a compiler that supports C++11 features. Project was tested with GCC 4.8.2 (Ubuntu 14.04).

math - Stan Math Library

  •    C++

The Stan Math Library is a C++, reverse-mode automatic differentiation library designed to be usable, extensive and extensible, efficient, scalable, stable, portable, and redistributable in order to facilitate the construction and utilization of algorithms that utilize derivatives. The Stan Math Library is licensed under the new BSD license.

anytime - Anything to POSIXct or Date Converter

  •    R

R excels at computing with dates, and times. Using typed representation for your data is highly recommended not only because of the functionality offered but also because of the added safety stemming from proper representation.anytime() aims to be that general purpose converter returning a proper POSIXct (or Date) object no matter the input (provided it was somewhat parseable), relying on Boost date_time for the (efficient, performant) conversion. anydate() is an additional wrapper returning a Date object instead.

bh - R package providing Boost Header files

  •    C++

This package provides R with access to Boost header files. Boost provides free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries. A large part of Boost is provided as C++ template code which is resolved entirely at compile-time without linking.This package aims to provide the most useful subset of Boost libraries for template use among CRAN packages. By placing these libraries in this package, we offer a more efficient distribution system for CRAN as replication of this code in the sources of other packages is avoided.