March 2018 ISO C++ Meeting Trip Report (SG1: Concurrency and Parallelism)—Thomas Rodgers

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March 2018 ISO C++ Meeting Trip Report (SG1: Concurrency and Parallelism)

by Thomas Rodgers

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This year’s Winter ISO C++ Standard Committee meeting was held in March in Jacksonville, Florida. A number of larger features, for which there is substantial interest but which are also difficult to get right, were discussed:

  • Concepts, along with Concept types from the Ranges TS; see P0898 and n4685
  • Modules; see n4689
  • Coroutines; see n4723
  • Networking; see n4711
  • Executors; see p0443

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