ringbuffer 2.3.0

a simple @nogc ringbuffer


To use this package, run the following command in your project's root directory:

Manual usage
Put the following dependency into your project's dependences section:

ringbuffer

a simple ringbuffer template, compatible with @safe, @nogc, pure and nothrow code.

usage

ringbuffer implements the following methods and properties:

push

adds an element to the start of the buffer.

pop

returns the element at the end of the buffer, and removes it.

shift

returns the element at the start of the buffer, and removes it.

unshift

adds an element to the end of the buffer.

clear

empties the array.

length

returns the number of elements currently in the buffer.

capacity

returns how many elements may be pushed to the array; that is, the number of free slots in the buffer.

in addition to these, the range interface is also implemented.

example

void main() @safe @nogc nothrow
{
	RingBuffer!(int, 5) buff;
	buff.push(69);
	buff ~= 420; // equivalent to the push syntax
	assert(buff.shift == 69);
	assert(buff.shift == 420);

	import std.array: staticArray;
	import std.range: iota;

	immutable int[5] temp = staticArray!(iota(5));

	buff.push(temp); // multiple items may be pushed in a single call

	assert(buff.length == 5);
	assert(buff.capacity == 0);

	assert(buff.pop == 4);

	assert(buff.length == 4);
	assert(buff.capacity == 1);

	buff.unshift(666);
	assert(buff.shift == 666);

	buff.clear();

	assert(buff.length == 0);
	assert(buff.capacity == 5);
}

licence

AGPL-3.0 or later

Authors:
  • Su
Dependencies:
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Versions:
2.3.0 2023-Feb-03
2.2.0 2022-Sep-07
2.1.0 2022-Jul-21
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