This article is from the Object-Oriented Technology FAQ, by Bob Hathaway firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
From: email@example.com (Mumit Khan)
Subject: Re: C++ Collection Classes
Date: 25 May 1995 01:38:05 GMT
The C++ standard draft includes the spec for Standard Template Library
(STL) which gets you pretty much any collection you need in C++. Check
out the C++ faq (somewhere under ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/...) for where to
find it. If you're using GNU C++ 2.6.3 (or a more recent snapshot), the
hacked version of STL that comes with libg++-2.6.2 (or w/today's 2.6.9
snapshot) is quite usable. ObjectSpace and Modena are two vendors selling
STL implementations that cover a wide variety of compiler/platform combos
(firstname.lastname@example.org, 1-800-MODENA-1 for more info). Also welcome to
take a look at my STL newbie file (http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/
and follow the 'STL Newbie doc' link). If you're using Borland 4.5 on a
PC, you can use the HP implementation from ftp://butler.hpl.hp.com/.
Here's a snippet from FAQ:
STL HP official site: ftp://butler.hpl.hp.com/
STL code alternate: ftp://ftp.cs.rpi.edu/stl
STL code + examples: http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~musser/stl.html
hacks for GCC-2.6.3: ftp://ftp.uni-bremen.de/pub/.mount/ruin/C++/STL
btw, c.l.c++ is the group you should watch for this type of info.
mumit -- email@example.com