TinyFSM is a simple finite state machine library for C++, designed for optimal performance and low memory footprint. This makes it ideal for real-time operating systems. The concept is very simple, allowing the programmer to fully understand what is happening behind the scenes. It provides a straightforward way of mapping your state machine charts into source code.
TinyFSM basically wraps event dispatching into function calls, making event dispatching equally fast to calling (or even inlining) a function. Even in the worst case, dispatching leads to nothing more than a single vtable lookup and function call!
TinyFSM benefits from the C++11 template metaprogramming features like variadic templates, and does not depend on RTTI, exceptions or any external library.
Official home page: https://digint.ch/tinyfsm
You can find the main documentation in the
doc/ directory of the
TinyFSM project. The latest version is also available
TinyFSM is a header-only library, no special installation steps are needed. Just point your compiler to the "include" directory.
So TinyFSM has proven useful for you?
I will definitively continue developing TinyFSM for free, but if you want to support me you can do so:
The source code for TinyFSM is managed using Git:
git clone https://dev.tty0.ch/tinyfsm.git
Mirror on GitHub:
git clone https://github.com/digint/tinyfsm.git
For questions and suggestions regarding TinyFSM, success or failure stories, and any other kind of feedback, please feel free to contact the author (the email address can be found in the sources).