tuplet: A Lightweight Tuple Library for Modern C++

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  • tuplet

    A fast, simple tuple implementation that implements tuple as an aggregate

    It was based on this suggestion: https://github.com/codeinred/tuplet/issues/1

  • tuple

    Compile-time-efficient proof-of-concept implementation for std::tuple

    I also tried to improve the compile-times of tuples a long time ago, so I'm curious: Have you compared your implementation with https://github.com/taocpp/tuple ?

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  • noam

    Tuple-like classes are common in other libraries that warrant some degree of template metaprogramming, and while std::tuple is fine for prototyping the library, the degree to which it slows down compile times and the poor performance characteristics tend to lead people to either try rolling their own implementation, or doing something funky with lambdas. I have another library that's still in progress that I'm working on that's a lot more extensive, and it uses tuplet because of it's nice characteristics. Here's some code where it gets used: https://github.com/codeinred/noam/blob/main/include/noam/util/combinator_types.hpp

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