Welcome to the CMLabs CoreLibrary
The CMLabs CoreLibrary is a multiplatform object library for C++ (Linux, Win32, MacOSX, PocketPC). It provides many of the common objects found in Java (Strings, Threads, Collections, etc.) and has the ability to send objects across the network like CORBA.
On this site you will find information about the CoreLibrary and how to use it. The links below will guide you to the documentation including how the objects in the CoreLibrary can convert themselves to and from XML, the full Doxygen documentation of every source file and some handy examples to get you started.
The CoreLibrary is intended for C++ to be what the basic object classes are for
Java. Every object is an Object and
inherits a standard
There are a great number of classes available from the CoreLibrary and this number is expected to grow as the project is used by more and more people. It contains most of the basic useful objects already, such as String, Time, Collections, Threads (Win32/Linux/Unix/MacOSX), Semaphores, Mutexes and an advanced set of networking classes for acting both as client and server for any number of protocols including acting as a web server and telnet server.
The library is used in a number of projects:
The CoreLibrary is created and maintained by: Communicative Machines
The CoreLibrary can be downloaded from the SourceForge project page at