A C++ library of designs, containing flexible implementations of common design patterns and idioms.
Novice-style extreme-OOP library based on obsolete concepts from the times in which HD screens and mobile devices didn't exist. The quickest peek reveals clear bugs and bogus concepts, unhandled error situations based on ignorance (such as that realloc() can't fail... really? maybe for a broken compier/C++ this is true). You can tell this people is good at writing comments but they hardly have enough experience in coding for dealing with such a project which pretends to teach about proper coding. Really disappointing for a library that's been out there and had contributions for over ten years or more written by a so-called expert who clearly can't code much before his fingers start hurting and his rings start falling. This is good for novices who care more about the comments than the actual code. For someone who can undestand the code without the need of the comments, it's just a waste of time and most of the functionality can be implemented in minutes without effort and with far less bugs than this one, only by realizing that not knowing about the code doesn't make better programs.