|Posted by torhu||PermalinkReply|
Indigo has got a new home at dsource.org:
Docs and feature list here:
The Indigo library consists of several parts. The most interesting part might be the containers modelled after the Qt 4.0 container classes, which also means they have an STL-like interface. Other features include a dynamic library loader, signals and slots, an IO system, and i18n tools.
The license is LGPL.
I don't intend to start maintaining Indigo myself. The idea is just to make sure it continues to be available. If you want to contribute something, let me know.
I've never used anything besides the container classes myself, so if anyone has some experience with Indigo, please fill in the blanks. :)