C++ coming back into the mainstream with more specs, more often—Peter Bright

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Peter Bright at Ars Technica:

C++ coming back into the mainstream with more specs, more often

Visual Studio 2012 standard conformance updates on the way.

At BUILD in Redmond today, Microsoft announced its plans to improve C++ standards conformance in its Visual Studio development environment, and talked about ways in which C++ would become a better, regularly updated, modern programming language. Microsoft developer and C++ standard committee secretary Herb Sutter introduced work being done by the C++ community to make the language better, and also discussed the work being done by Microsoft to make its own compiler better...

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