| Our miscellaneous
source code for general use. There are no restrictions by us on the
use of any of these materials.
Versions of May 23, 2004
Under development via boost.org. Not yet for production
Beginnings of a template library to provide a safe replacement
for C strings. Based on work by Reece H. Dunn.
The intent is to provide the essential functionality of C strings,
but with buffer overflow checking.
A drop-in replacement for the utility functions in the popular
"Graphics Gems IV", (Paul Heckbert, ed.) from Academic
Press. This version is all inline, and thus far faster for the
simple functions. It supports the basic 2D, 3D, and 4D vector
and matrix operations of computer graphics. A great convenience.
Originally by Jean-Francois Doue of the HEC, Paris.
Additions to the above, adding functions not in the originals.
A simple piece of source code that tests a proposed password
for "guessability". From 1984, but still a good idea.