A small repository where I'm gatherting useful snippets and abstractions for C++ development
If you find any bug, please feel free to submit an issue! It will be very helpful for me
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Copyright (c) 2016-2018 Alexey Gruzdev
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The library consists of only headers, so it doesn't require build. The repository provides sources for some tests sources that can be configured and built with the help of cmake file. In order to build the tests you will need to add directory of googletest to the cmake (GoogleTest repository)
Currently the library can be successfully built by the following compilers:
- MSVC 2017
- MSVC 2015
- MinGW 8.1
- Clang 7.0.1
- GCC 8.2
- Android (llvm, NDK 19)
Yato provides a simple actors system implementation, that is developed to look and feel like Akka.
It supports basic features of an actor system and optional io model for networking.
Yato library provides a set of additional type traits
- yato::is_shared_ptr / yato::is_unique_ptr - chech if type is a smart pointer
- yato::is_same - extended version of std::is_same checking that any number of types are same
- yato::one_of - checks that type is one of the number of types
- yato::function_trait - gets return type and all argument types of a function or function member
Also there are additional tools for working with types. The library provides literals for fixed size types (_u8, _u16, etc.) if user defined literals are supported by compiler. Additional casts are provided:
- yato::narrow_cast - casts one arithmetic type to another. If correct value was lost due to narrowing then it throws exception in debug build
- yato::pointer_cast - performs reinterpret casting for pointers. Saves CV-cvalifiers and doens't allow to cast intergral value to pointer
- yato::is_callable - checks if type is a callable type, i.e. it is pointer to function or it has operator() (including closure type)
- yato::callable_trait - deduces return type and all arguments types for any callable type
- yato::make_function - converts any callable type to std::function with corresponding return and arguments types
yato::match performs compile time matching of variable type based on function overloading mechinism
There are a couple of experiments inspired by Cpp Core Guidelines
- yato::not_null - pointer wrapper preventing from passing null pointer
- yato::instance_of - pointer wrapper checking the dynamic type of passed pointer
yato::range - aggregator of a couple of iterators simplifing passing two iterators to functions, returning iteratos from functions, hepling to hold iterators of one container together. Can be ued in ranged for expressions. Together with yato::numeric_iterator the range can represent a sequence of integer numbers without actual storing them
Range provides the following functional style operations:
- map - returns a range of yato::transform_iterator lazily applying a function to the each element of the range
- filter - returns a range of yato::filter_iterator lazily selecting only those elements of the range which satify some predicate
- zip - returns a range of yato::zip_iterator joining the range with other ranges into a range of tuples
- fold_left - accumulates all elements of the range applying some binary operation from the left to the right
- fold_right - accumulates all elements of the range applying some binary operation from the right ot the left
Yato implemets a number of general purpose containers:
- yato::array_nd - multidimensional static array with interface and behaviour similar to std::array; The layout and size of the yato::array_nd are equal to native multidimensional array ( T[ ][ ]... )
- yato::vector_nd - multidimensional dynamic array similar to std::vector; It supports dynamic adding/removing of elements and provides similar interface to std::vector
- yato::array_view / yato::array_view_nd - non-owning containers which can be attached to any source of data and treat it similar to one-/multi-dimensional array
- yato::vector_view - non-owning one-dimensional container providing an interface similar to std::vector for a fixed memory buffer
Current implementation allows to reflect classes and data fields
Reflection information allows to get a list of data fields and its types in compile time, iterate over all data fields and get pointers to fields in run-time
Yato library provides few compile time algorithms on tuples
- tuple_transform - applies unary function to all tuple elements (or binary function to elements of two tuples) and returns tuple with result values
- tuple_for_each - calls unary function for the each tuple element
- tuple_all_of - checks if unary predicate returns true for all elements of the tuple (or binary predicate for all elements of two tuples)
- tuple_any_of - checks if unary predicate returns true for at least one element of the tuple (or binary predicate for at least one element of two tuples)
- yato::numeric_iterator enumerates sequental integer values allowing to iterate over an integer sequence witout storing it
- yato::zip_iterator is an analogue of boost::zip_iterator but implemented in terms of modern C++ in order to get rid of any boost dependency
- yato::transform_iterator is an analogue of boost::transform_iterator but implemented in terms of modern C++ in order to get rid of any boost dependency
- yato::filter_iterator is an analogue of boost::filter_iterator but implemented in terms of modern C++ in order to get rid of any boost dependency
- yato::aligning_allocator is STL-compatible allocator aloowing to alloc heap memory with any alignment. Alignments which are not power of 2 or bigger than alignment of std::max_align_t will have small memory overhead
Type safe wrappers
- yato::any type safe wrapper for any type. Is similar to std::any or boost::any, but this implementation supports non-copyable and non-movable types as well
- yato::any_ptr type safe wrapper for any pointer (i.e.
- yato::variant type safe wrapper for a specified alternativies. Similar to std::variant but can't have empty state. If empty state is necessary, then
voidshould be in alternatives list
variants with different sets of alternatives can be made with the help of
There provided effective matchers for
yato::variant allowing to handle stored value in
If no match is found then default case is called (
yato::match_default_t) if defined, otherwise the exception
yato::bad_match_error is thrown.
- yato::any_match matches stored value of
- yato::variant_match matches stored value of
yato::attributes_interface is interface class allowing to add arbitrary attributes to a class instance (as key-value pair). Attributes are completely generic and are passed as yato::any.
Only the concrete implementation is able to take or discard passed attribute. Is useful for passing parameters to very different types in one hierarchy so that base classes don't know about parameters types.
There are few generic implementations
- yato::attributes_map accepts any attributes and stores in std::map. Is not thread safe
- yato::ignores_attributes ignores any attributes passed to the class.
- yato::atomic_attributes accepts a number of previously registered attributes. All opetarions with the attrinutes are atomic and thread safe (except for registration). Supports only arithmetic types or pointers
- yato.natvis provides user-friendly visualization of yato::vector_nd and yato::array_view_nd classes (1d,2d and 3d) in Visual Studio debugger.