C++20 passed unanimously, on track to publish later this year.
by Herb Sutter
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On Friday September 4, C++20’s DIS (Draft International Standard) ballot ended, and it passed unanimously. This means that C++20 has now received final technical approval and is done with ISO balloting, and we expect it to be formally published toward the end of 2020 after we finish a final round of ISO editorial work.
As always, we are not counting on ISO’s publication speed to call it C++20, it’s C++20 because WG21 completed technical work in February. If for some reason ISO needs until January to get it out the door and assigns it a 2021 publication date, the standard will still be referred to as C++20. That is already its industry name, and 300,000+ search hits can’t be (retroactively made) wrong!