The Phantom DerpstormThePhD
C++ Libraries, Lua, Boost Work, and Standardization Efforts
Hey! Thanks so much for stopping by my sponsor page. As a student, my work is dedicated to making the world of C++ better. My biggest and best contribution to the open source world is sol3, a high-performance C++ <-> Lua interop library. I am starting a project on Bit Iterators and range-based bit views and containers in the standard. I also work on the C++ Standards Committee and push proposal and have an interest in Boost libraries, some of which you may be aware of:
- Boost libraries, including my own boost.out_ptr going for review soon!
- C++ Text Encoding and Unicode Support with SG16
- ... And even more!
Sponsoring work here means you can help support these efforts, and if you give enough even suggest on which things to work on next. Hope to see you out there! ♥
My name is JeanHeyd, but I go by ThePhD online. I'm a student right now in the United States. I've got quite a bit of experience developing software and now I'm taking my skills to various places that need help like libstdc++. I've also identified a lot of pain points in the current C++ standard that could use some serious fixes like Unicode and practical file handling.
I enjoy this a lot. Maybe a tiny bit too much for my own good, really, but creating not only wonderful APIs that are easy to use while retaining maximum performance is a hobby of mine. I have begun to talk about my work and as reality has been sure to brutally inform me, the real world is an expensive place that will happily laser-sear a hole into my wallet. It is not like the low-cost land of generations gone by, and supporting these software libraries and other hard work for 5+ years has made me realize I need to be willing to let others give back to me.
If you would like to see the C++ standard, C++ libraries, and more move forward and if you would like to help shape it by contributing to me and putting interesting problems in my sights, please don't hesitate to sponsor! Every bit of support helps.
Sol3 (sol2 v3.0) - a C++ <-> Lua API wrapper with advanced features and top notch performance - is here, and it's great! Documentation:C++ 1.7k
C++ Library for pulling system and hardware information, without hitting the command line.C++ 100
A collection of useful things; sometimes proofs of concepts, sometimes production-ready code.C++ 9
Benchmarking as many bindings as I can using CMake and other cross-platform toolsC++ 6
Work done today for the glory of tomorrow - or, C++ papers.HTML 6
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