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protocols.h File Reference
#include <ucommon/cpr.h>
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class  ucommon::MemoryProtocol
class  ucommon::MemoryRedirect
class  ucommon::LockingProtocol
class  ucommon::PrintProtocol
class  ucommon::InputProtocol
class  ucommon::ObjectProtocol
class  ucommon::KeyProtocol



Detailed Description

Abstract interfaces and support. This is a set of "protocols", a concept borrowed from other object oriented languages, to define interfaces for low level services. By using a protocol base class which offers both virtuals and support methods only, one can easily stack and share these as common base classes without having to consider when the final derived object implements them. Core protocol methods always are tagged with a _ prefix to make it easier to track their derivation.

David Sugar dyfet.nosp@m.@gnu.nosp@m.telep.nosp@m.hony.nosp@m..org

Definition in file protocols.h.