A library of interfaces, extension methods, and small bits of functionality that are useful in almost any software project, according to the theme "things that should be built into the .NET framework, but aren’t".
At least half of Loyc.Essentials is devoted to collections: collection interfaces, collection adapters, collection extension methods (e.g. LinqToLists) and even a couple of collection implementations. The other half includes a variety of things including Symbols, a localization helper, "message sinks", a miniature NUnit clone and more.
Install-Package Loyc.Essentials -Version 28.2.0
dotnet add package Loyc.Essentials --version 28.2.0
<PackageReference Include="Loyc.Essentials" Version="28.2.0" />
paket add Loyc.Essentials --version 28.2.0
NuGet packages (11)
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Loyc.Collections is a library of sophisticated data structures that implement standard .NET collection interfaces. It includes ALists, VLists, hash tree types (Set<T>, MSet<T>, Map<K,V> and MMap<K,V>), and min/max heaps.
Loyc.Syntax implements various interfaces and helper classes for Loyc Languages and for users of LLLPG. It also implements Loyc trees for .NET (LNode), and parsers and printers for Loyc Expression Syntax (LES) versions 2 and 3.
Flame is a collection of modular, open-source .NET libraries that can be leveraged to build a compiler. It provides reusable components and a common compilation pipeline, which can be extended with additional passes, to suit the specific needs of source and target languages. Flame.Front comes bundled with the core Flame libraries, and also handles argument parsing, the compilation pipeline, and diagnostics.
Additional functionality beyond `System.Math` in `MathEx`; generic geometry interfaces and structures (points, lines, rectangles); numeric interfaces and "trait" types for doing arithmetic in generic code; fixed-point structures; 128-bit integer arithmetic. Contributors welcome: looking for things that ought to be built into the .NET framework, but aren't
Loyc.Utilities contains useful non-core functionality that is either (A) not important enough to be placed in Loyc.Essentials or (B) takes Loyc.Collections, Loyc.Math or Loyc.Syntax as a dependency.
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