Last.fm Announces the Release of their Personal Moost C++ Library

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Last.fm has release their Moost C++ library which contains an assortment useful tools that they used during the development of Last.fm's codebase. These tools range from providing you the ability to handle simple utility tasks to providing major code components. The library tools include a stringify function template which provides the ability to turn more complex objects into meaningful strings and a which template that makes it simple to work with pairs and containers that hold pairs. There lots more and you can read all about it here.



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