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It currently consists of the following frameworks: It currently consists of the following frameworks:
-* '''KoBase''' is the low-lewel framework in the KoKit framework collection. It provides some simple to use debugging aids and functions for easy C string manipulation.+* '''KoBase''' is the low-lewel framework in the KoKit framework collection. It provides some simple to use debugging aids, instance counting to discover and track memory leaks, and functions for easy C string manipulation.
* '''KoFoundation''' is an extension to GNUstep's [[Foundation]] framework. It adds additional containers, such as LIFO (stack) and FIFO (queue), search algorithms, an abstract class for BSD sockets and more. * '''KoFoundation''' is an extension to GNUstep's [[Foundation]] framework. It adds additional containers, such as LIFO (stack) and FIFO (queue), search algorithms, an abstract class for BSD sockets and more.

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KoKit is a framework collection, that extends the functionality of GNUstep's Foundation and AppKit. Basically it's a collection of classes we use repeatedly, so instead of adding the source again and again, we decided to create KoKit.

It currently consists of the following frameworks:

  • KoBase is the low-lewel framework in the KoKit framework collection. It provides some simple to use debugging aids, instance counting to discover and track memory leaks, and functions for easy C string manipulation.
  • KoFoundation is an extension to GNUstep's Foundation framework. It adds additional containers, such as LIFO (stack) and FIFO (queue), search algorithms, an abstract class for BSD sockets and more.
  • KoAppKit is an extension to GNUstep's AppKit framework. It contains a collection of useful extensions and widgets that make GUI development a bit easier.
  • KoCrypt provides a collection of classes of cryptographic algorithms and categories for quick and easy access.
  • KoNet is a collection of classes that deal with BSD socket programming.