Claw  1.7.3
Claw Documentation

Claw is a generalist library written in C++ and providing various structures and algorithms, like containers, string algorithms, tweeners, B├ęzier curves and more.


The story of Claw begins when I wanted to group all the small tools I have made along my studies at the university. The library progress from time to time, mostly when I need a new tool for Plee the Bear, a game I am actively working on.

Claw wants to be standard compliant and as portable as possible. Of course, because I'm currently the only developer, the task is a little bit difficult and you could have some minor problems. If you experience any problem, please let me know by contacting me.

Claw stands for "C++ Library Absolutely Wonderful".


Please check the project's page to download the library.


Claw is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), version 2.1. Among other things, the license provides you a full access to the source code and allows you to use the library even if your program is not free. A copy of the license is included in the package. You can also access to its complete version through this link.


This library is developed by Julien Jorge. You can contact me at for any comment, question or request.