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f4dd4ca4Don McCaughey Change "formatted" to "format". 1 year, 10 months ago


A C99 library for working with dynamically allocated strings.

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All functions in astr begin with the astr_ prefix. Functions that return newly allocated strings will contain alloc_ in their names; the caller is responsible for calling free() on the returned pointer.


char *

Allocate an empty string.

char *
astr_alloc_format(char const *format, ...);

Allocate a formatted string.

char *
astr_alloc_format_args(char const *format, va_list arguments);

Allocate a formatted string using a va_list object.

astr_eq_bytes(char const *s1, char const *s2);

Compare the bytes of two strings for equality; s1 and s2 may be NULL.


astr requires that <stdio.h> defines the vasprintf() function. Building from repository source requires GNU Autotools.

#Building from Repository Source

Clone the repository then generate the configure script, configure and build.

git clone https://git.sr.ht/~donmcc/astr
cd astr
autoreconf -i
mkdir tmp && cd tmp
../configure && make && sudo make install


astr is made available under a BSD-style license; see the LICENSE file for details.