CsString is a standalone library which provides unicode aware string support.
The CsBasicString class is a templated class which provides unicode aware string support. The encoding, such as UTF-8 or UTF-16, is passed to the CsBasicString template. The following typedefs are provided for convenience.
using CsString = CsBasicString<utf8>; using CsString_utf8 = CsBasicString<utf8>; using CsString_utf16 = CsBasicString<utf16>;
To use CsString you will need a C++17 compiler and a C++17 standard library.
Currently uses the CMake build system for building and running the unit test suite. The library has been tested with clang sanitizer and a major code review.
Class level documentation for CsString is available on the CopperSpice website:
Multiple videos discussing Unicode and strings can be found on the following pages:
Authors / Contributors
- Ansel Sermersheim
- Barbara Geller
This library is released under the BSD 2-clause license. For more information refer to the LICENSE file provided with this project.