NMSTL contains lots of components intended to make it easier to write applications in C++. It's high-performance - as in STL, nearly everything is implemented such that a good compiler will inline and optimize away nearly all the object-oriented overhead.
NMSTL is currently being developed by me, Jon Salz, in the Networks and Mobile Systems group at the Laboratory for Computer Science at MIT.
Template-heavy code like NMSTL and STL generates really weird-looking compiler errors, so we include a tool called WTF to prettify error output from the GNU C++ compiler,
g++. Try it and you'll be hooked.
You can download NMSTLfrom SourceForge, take a look at the Ten-Minute Guide to NMSTL, or maybe just look at some sample NMSTL applications. We provide API documentation in framed HTML format (and also without frames), courtesy of Doxygen.