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Month: April 2019

Why Not Abseil? Part 0

When I first started the update process for the Lucena Utility Library (LUL), there were no good equivalents that I was aware of in the open source world. A short time after I started blogging about it, Google began raising the profile of Abseil, its C++ augmentation library. Pieces of Abseil deal with feature detection and compiler abstraction, pieces of it provide abstractions and back-ports of Standard Library features, and pieces are centered around utility code and replacements for various pieces of Standard Library functionality. So how does it compare to LUL? In this part, we’ll start by breaking down…

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