The Coyotl library collects several C++ tools that have proven useful
in many of my programs, but which aren't "big enough" to warrant
an individual library.
Key features of Coyotl include:
-- A polymorphic collection of the best psuedorandom number generators,
including the Mersenne Twister and Marsaglia's favorites.
-- Utilities for floating-point numbers, including additional functions
for trigonometry, least common multiple, greatest common denominator,
rounding, and other purposes.
-- A simple cross-platform command-line parser.
-- A framework for generating random rectangular mazes.
-- A template for fixed-point math based on different integer sizes
and decimal point locations.
-- Templatized sorting utilities (designed before Std. C++'s <algorithms>,
but still useful)
-- Validation tools for "Design by Contract" programming.
Submitted by: trasz <trasz at pin.if.uz.zgora.pl>