COM STL Bridge (CSB) Homepage

A free, primarily template based library, the COM STL Bridge (CSB) is available for immediate download from:

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/ray_brown.

A sample is included that demonstrates how to combine the power of COM and C++'s STL to sort a collection with a single line of code, across different machines if desired. If you've ever looked for a solution for wrapping your C++ containers and iterators with COM interfaces in an effortless fashion, then CSB is your answer.

Feature summary:

  • COM wrappers for STL containers and iterators.
  • IPersistStream support for STL containers.
  • VARIANT-style and type safe interfaces.
  • VB-callable _NewEnum method.
  • Choice of apartment and free threaded objects.
  • STL compliant adapters for COM enumerators and collections.
  • Choice of caching policies to configure interaction between STL iterator adapter and COM enumerator eliminates apartment/network round trips when appropriate.
  • Portable to various COM platforms (Unix, etc.).
  • Full and automatic support for ISupportErrorInfo.
  • Segmented error architecture permits easy pass-through of error result codes.
  • C++ exception support, integrated with ISupportErrorInfo.
  • Free: $0 development license, $0 run-time royalties.



Comments

  • Anybody know of an up-to-date URL?

    Posted by Legacy on 07/17/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Michael

    This page appears to be gone ...

    Reply
  • Invalid link

    Posted by Legacy on 07/21/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Kanth

    The source code link is not valid. Is there any new link?

    Reply
  • CSB

    Posted by Legacy on 03/10/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Dan Arnold

    The source code link is not not valid.
    Is there a new link?

    Reply
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