An IRC line parser I made in C++ to relearn C++ after not using it for 6 years.
But there's already X/Y/Z
I don't care. This is a learning exercise; I'm writing what I know. Besides, in my experience most IRC parsers suck, and I see no reason to believe existing C++ parsers will be magically better just because they added a ++ after the C).
You aren't following C++ best practises!
Please tell me about it then. I want to improve :). Any style suggestions are welcome, as well as suggestions about things I can use from the standard library to make my life easier.
I do want to keep dependencies to a minimum, so please don't suggest external libraries without very good reason! This library aims to be small and minimalistic. This also means I don't want to depend on Boost if I don't have to (I am sure Boost has all kinds of things to help me out, yes, and I am aware of Boost.Qi, but I just want something small).
WORD TO THE WISE: I suffer complaints about indentation and braces poorly (I use Allman style in C and see no reason to change it now). Any complaints on that can be resolved by using indent(1).
API/ABI stability guarantees
This library aims to comply with semver. However, nothing is guaranteed until 1.0.0. Don't hold your breath on this; this is primarily a toy to re-learn C++. Expect many changes along the way (or none, if I get bored).
Anything with a C++11 compiler is supported.
This is licensed under the WTFPLv2. Do whatever you want with it. I don't care. You can even tell me about it, or not, if you prefer.
If it sucks I'm sorry. Also, needs more testing.
I have tried to make this RFC1459-compliant (and allow IRCv3 tags), but I can't promise anything.