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  • André Aichert
    André Aichert

    GetSet is a simple templated C++ library, which allows its users to focus on algorithm development by taking care of a clean configuration and loading/saving parameters.

    Optionally, GetSet can automatically generate a simple GUI, which allows the user to tweak values. Notification works over a simple call-back mechanism, so the overhead for GUI-code is absolutely minimal.

    GetSet is intended for small-sized projects, for example in the sciences, in algorithm development and for rapid prototyping.

    Its simplicity is best illustrated in an example:

    // Include GetSet
    #include <GetSet/GetSet.hxx>
    // Defining simple parameters
    GetSet<int>("Algorithm","Number of Iterations")=25;
    GetSet<double>("Algorithm","Step Size")=0.123;
    GetSet<bool>("Algorithm","Verbose Output")=false;
    GetSet<>("Algorithm","File Pattern")="file%i_%s.raw";
    // GetSet<> is the same as GetSet<std::string>
    // Accessing parameters
    double step_size=GetSet<double>("Algorithm","Step Size");
    // Accessing parameters: another example
    if (GetSet<bool>("Algorithm","Verbose Output"))
        std::cout << "Verbose Output...\n";
    // Defining advanced parameters : Files/Folders
        .setExtensions("Text Files (*.txt);;All Files (*)")
    GetSetGui::Directory("File","Output Dir")="./results/";
    // Defining advanced parameters : Enums (menu of choices)
    GetSetGui::Enum("File","Output Format")
        .setChoices("JPEG;Windows BMP;PNG;raw data")
        =2; // here 2 means PNG
    int selection=GetSet<int>("File","Output Format");
    // And more!
    // See documentation && examples shipped with the libraries
    #include <GetSet/GetSetIO.h>
    // (try to) read configuration file
    // (try to) write configuration file

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    Last edit: André Aichert 2013-02-26