libwibble 1.1-1 source package in Ubuntu


libwibble (1.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version
     - Reimplemented Directory so it can be iterated twice
     - Added new sys::fs functions

 -- Enrico Zini <email address hidden>  Wed, 23 Oct 2013 11:55:11 +0200

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libwibble-dev: Library of various useful C++ code

 libwibble collects the foundation code that has been used over time
 in various C++ projects by Peter Rockai and Enrico Zini, so that it can
 be maintained properly and in a single place.
 The code has minimal dependencies, a test suite, and can be used either as an
 external library or embedded in projects based on either cmake or autotools.
 The library contains:
  * an exception hierarchy;
  * various useful mixin classes;
  * shortcuts for set operations;
  * a featureful self-documenting commandline parser that also supports
    cvs/svn-style subcommands;
  * two different unit-testing system, a tut-based and a custom one;
  * a non-intrusive polymorphic envelope;
  * a logging system;
  * string functions, like splitting, path manipulation, regular
    expressions and word wrapping;
  * system functions, like directory iteration, file manipulation, process
    control, thread functions;
  * gregorian calendar operations.