A cross-platform library that gives apps easy access to USB devices
Library to enable user space application programs to communicate with USB devices
native popup inputbox password color WIN OSX GTK QT CONSOLE C# LUA SSH
v3.3.4 a C file & a header (add them to your C or C++ project) with 8 dialog functions: - beep - notify popup - message & question - input & password - save file - open file(s) - select folder - color picker complements OpenGL Vulkan GLFW GLUT GLUI VTK SFML TGUI SDL Ogre Unity3d ION OpenCV CEGUI MathGL GLM CPW GLOW IMGUI MyGUI GLT NGL STB & GUI less programs NO INIT NO MAIN LOOP NO LINKING NO INCLUDE the dialogs can be forced into console mode windows (XP to 10) ASCII MBCS UTF-8 UTF-16 - native code creates the graphic dialogs - enhanced console mode via dialog.exe - basic console input osx / unix (command line calls) ASCII UTF-8 - applescript, kdialog, zenity - python + tkinter + dbus - dialog (opens a console if needed) - basic console input C89 & C++98 compliant VisualStudio MinGW-gcc GCC Clang TinyCC OpenWatcom-v2 BorlandC SunCC ZapCC on Windows Mac Linux Bsd Solaris Minix Raspbian click the tab 'Files' for prototypes, help, hello_world
The Application Server Development Library is a generic component modules library for application server/services & software development on the Windows & Linux & BSD platforms. It can be used for rapid developing network application and generic software.
a small set of casing tools for use by all
The primary part of the casefix project is a small c library of case editing functions, the heart of which is 7 streaming case editors. Also, there are 3 functions that interface char arrays and strings to the streaming editors. So the library can modify the casing of any character, character block (word), any character string, character array, or any character stream. Currently, libcasefix only handles 7 or 8 bit character sets with some support for UTF-8. With that in mind casefix does support a number of character sets for internationalization. Also, there is a casefix command that implements the functionality of the casefix library for use at the command line.