Library of modules for object-oriented programming
Yed is a C software library made of modules (objects) instanceable according to the main paradigms of Object Oriented Programming: incapsulation and data hiding. The library contains objects that handle XML files, FTP connections, filesystem operations, etc. Yed acts only at the C compiler preprocessing level, using particular macros; therefore, using Yed objects is transparent to the compiler, so users do not have to develop additional "translation" tools that have to be run before compiling.
DocumentationDeveloper reference manual available in HTML format from http://yed.sourceforge.net/docs/index.htm
released on 30 September 2004
9 December 2003
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