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Some fundamental C++ classes

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warlib is a small collection of useful C++ classes targeted for high performance servers.

The library is writen in C++14, and uses the boost libraries.

It's basically the fundamental bulding bricks for more specific libraries (like wfde).

Currently it contains:
- Logging library
- Thread Sequencer library
- Thread Pool library

The download snapshot may be old. Clone from the git repository to get the current version.

Note: This project re-uses the project-space at Source Forge for an older, now depricated library of the same name. As C++ and boost have evolved, it was no longer needed.

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