TinyQ is a stripped down version of Qt designed for use as a backend library and containing only these classes needed for C++ development. It does not depend on X11. It provides the following features in an extremely compact library: UTF8 and ASCII strings, type optimized collections (dictionary, map, cache, vector, list), regular expressions, filesystem access, URL processing, threads, shared library handling, storing and retrieving user settings, date and time handling, DOM & SAX XML parsers, optimized data and text streams, and abstract IO devices.
DocumentationProgrammer's guide available in HTML format from http://www.uwyn.com/resources/uwyn_cpp_coding_standard.html
released on 28 October 2002
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