September 08
iz[1] (on DUB [2]) is a general purpose library for the D programming language. It includes streams, containers, a serializer, property binder, Pascal-like sets, Pascal-like properties and more.

It's particularly oriented toward manual memory management and since the last update some huge related work has been achieved:
- verify that everything is leak free (each unittest is run daily through valgrind as a CRON on TravisCI).
- Array and copy construction has been fixed, allowing to implement hashsets and maps in the library.
- Static check to verify if aggregates have to be declared to the GC (which is based on annotation of data: @NoGc)

The mechanisms i've setup are verified to work in a bigger project called kheops [3], which is a GUI library that's 100% GC free (and not 100% finished BTW...)

And also:
- Important fixes to the serializer, the system of "published" properties, the custom RTTIs.
- Plenty of small additions