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Configurator

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Description

C++ library for configuration file parsing. Uses Boost C++ libraries. 1.0 release coming soon!

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License

MIT License

Features

  • Header-only (does not require building)
  • It's really easy to use
  • Cross-platform (there is only ISO C++ code and Boost C++ libraries).
  • Allows to set option's necessity.
  • Allows to set option's default value.
  • Allows to set another "name-value" separator, instead default '='.
  • Allows to use arbitrary nesting of sections
  • Checks of value's semantic, like correct path, etc.
  • Provides common checks of options and sections, like duplication, incorrection, etc.
  • Supports single-line and multi-line comments (in C++ style)
  • Allow to register options with multivalues
  • Singleton-variant of configurator class
  • Case-sensitivity (or insensitivity) for names of options and sections

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2010-10-29

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