Ringtail is a collection of buffers and queues, useful for networking, thread communication, and real-time programming.
Provided data structures are designed for efficiency first and foremost, so some common operations you might expect of queues may be missing in order to allow certain optimizations. These are not general-purpose structures; several versions of one structure may be provided with different trade-offs.
In Ringtail, a buffer is a queue optimized for reading and writing multiple elements in bulk, like an in-memory version of an I/O stream.
Ring buffers for inserting and removing primitive types in bulk.
Provides types specifically designed for working with bytes and I/O.