The dbg library is a set of C++ utilities to facilitate modern debugging idioms. It has been designed to support defensive programming techniques in modern C++ code. It integrates well with standard library usage and has been carefully designed to be easy to write, easy to read and very easy to use. 'dbg' provides various constraint checking utilities together with an integrated error logging facility. These utilities can be enabled and disabled at runtime, and in release builds, dbg library use can be compiled away to nothing.
DocumentationUser guide included and available in HTML format from http://dbg.sourceforge.net/kdoc/index.html
released on 16 September 2003
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