Thursday, December 19, 2013

STL-Style UTF-8 String Class now on GitHub

I've recently uploaded the files from the blog series "Writing a STL-Style UTF-8 String Class" to Github. To keep up with all of the latest updates, use the files on Github. The link can be found here: Squared'D Programming UTF-8 String Class - https://github.com/squaredprogramming/sdp_utf8string

Some additions:

  • I'm now using the BSD License. This means the source code can be used without restrictions as longs as you keep the copyright notice. The utf8string class is totally free.
  • When I was updating the source code of one of my projects to use the utf8string class, I noticed that I hadn't implemented the comparison operators so they have been added now.

For the latest information, be sure to check back here. I do more than just program UTF-8 related stuff. I also develop indie video games. Here's a link to my game development blog - http://www.gamedev.net/blog/1670-squaredds-journal/