libutil is a lightweight library to be included locally in projects that is intended to provide common portable extensions to the C standard library.
|alloc||Memory allocation wrapper functions|
|base32||Encode or decode Base32|
|base64||Encode or decode Base64|
|crypt||General cryptography functions|
|endian||Endianness related functions|
|error||Error reporting functions|
|fnv||FNV hashing algorithms|
|map||Generic hashmap data structure|
|mode||Parse numeric or symbolic POSIX modes|
|optget||Parse command line options|
|rc2||RC2 encryption algorithm||RFC 2268|
|strconv||String conversion functions|
|util||Base typedefs and macros|
util.h is required by many other libutil components.
libutil is being developed on x86-64 Linux, is untested elsewhere, and some components may depend on POSIX provided functionality.
libutil source files are intended to be built directly into projects, rather than being compiled seperately and linked.
- CMake >= 3.12, to build
To build libutil and its unit tests on UNIX, run
- Binaries will be located in the
- Libraries will be located in the
To run libutil unit tests on UNIX, run TestUNIX.sh once built.
Copyright (C) 2020, Jakob Wakeling