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Conduit ⚡

Travis Godbolt

Lazy High Performance Streams using Coroutine TS

Conduit is a utility library for building and transforming, ranges and lazy (infinite) iterable sequences.

Conduit's goals are:

  • 🎨 Expressivity
  • 🎶 Composability
  • 🏃 Performance

These are attained by adopting a monadic interface that leverages zero-cost abstractions.


Download the header-only library bundle from the releases page.

If you are using Buckaroo:

buckaroo add[email protected]=master


To fetch dependencies (only required for testing and benchmarks):

buckaroo install

To build the library:

buck build :conduit

To run the examples:

buck run examples/primes
buck run examples/fibonacci
# etc...

To run the tests:

buck test //...



to define a coroutine and transform it using high-level operators.
using namespace std;
using namespace conduit;
using namespace conduit::operators;

auto fib = -> seq { auto a = 0; auto b = 1; while ( true ) { co_yield a; tie(a, b) = tuple{a + b, a}; } };

auto items = fib() >> take(5) >> zipWith(range, [](auto x, auto y) { return tuple{x, y}; });

int vals[] = { 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 };

for(auto [i, n] : items) { EXPECT_EQ(vals[i], n); }

Construct elaborate algorithms using higher order operators:

#define RET(X) { return X; }

// sieve of eratosthenes auto primes = [] { return range() >> map([](auto i) RET(3+i*2) ) // create a seqence of odd nums > 2 >> flatMap([primes = vector()](auto c) mutable RET ( primes // divide each candidate by the primes we encountered >> find([c](auto p) RET (c % p == 0)) // search and stop if divisible >> count() // find yields at most 1 element, count how many we got (starts with zero) >> orElse(just(c)) // if we didn't find any, its a prime. yield it >> find([](auto x) RET (x)) // filter out zeros yielded by find+count or take prime >> forEach([&](auto p) { primes.push_back(p); // update list of primes }) // Note: lifetime of primes-vector is bound to the coroutine
)) >> startsWith(just(2)); // two is the only even prime };


Currently only

is supported.

MSVC support should be added in the near future.

Contributions Welcome!

Head over to our issue tracker to get involved in Conduit's development.

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