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Jonas M. Gastal 263d6af353 Small fixes to eina_model documentation. 12 years ago
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COPYING fix COPYING to say 2011. 12 years ago
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Eina 1.1.0




Must have:
libc (pthread or windows threading support, iconv support)

Eina is a library providing data structure utilities for EFL that are meant
to be lean, efficient and tailored to EFL's needs. This saves each
library implementing its own custom datatype handling and duplicating
the code. Some of the datatypes handles are:
Arrays (variable sized, including inline members)
Hash tables
Inlined linked lists
Linked lists
Red/black trees
Stringbuffers (expandable string buffers)

In addition Eina supports shared string token hashes with Stringshare
and Unistringshare (standard ascii/utf8 strings and full unicode
strings). It has a Trash pointer collector for deferring freeing until
work is complete on a dataset, Unicode string wrapping and handling,
UTF8 string parsing, 2D tile structure handling and rectangle
utilities, module loading wrapper, Memory pools for faster allocation
and less fragmentation of the heap, Output logging and selective
aborting on critical enough states, fixed point math functions, CPU
feature detection (like MMX, SSE, VFP, NEON etc.), Counters, binary
token sharing and more.


(do this as root unless you are installing in your users directories):
make install