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C FILE* as C++ stream

 
 
micdestefano@gmail.com
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      06-10-2009
Hello to everybody.

I recently released a very small C++ library which allows to treat the
FILE* as a C++ std::stream (either istream or ostream).

The library is very small (but I will add features to it in the
future).

The link is this: http://code.google.com/p/mds-utils/

The library uses Boost C++ libraries (so, they have to be installed).

A doxygen documentation is provided with it (and there are examples to
explain the usage).

Thank you to everybody.

Michele
 
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