April 2021

C++ coroutines: The lifetime of objects involved in the coroutine function--Raymond Chen

The series continue.

C++ coroutines: The lifetime of objects involved in the coroutine function

by Raymond Chen

From the article:

We finally hooked up the last missing piece of our coroutine promise implementation. Before we can look at the tradeoffs we’ve made, let’s step back and follow the lifetime of the various objects involved in the coroutine function.

Join tomorrows online C++ tool fair organized by Meeting C++

Tomorrow evening(CEST) Meeting C++ organizes the first online C++ tool fair! Join the event to talk to 8 tool vendors! You'll be able to ask questions and see demos of the tools!

Online C++ tool fair

by Jens Weller

About the event:

Similar to the job fair, I decided to host a short tool fair in April, to give the community the chance to see demos and extend their knowledge around C++ tooling!
Event will happen between 20:00 - 22 CEST.
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Present at the event:

Compiler Explorer (Matt Godbolt)
C++ insights (Andreas Fertig)
Quick Bench (Fred Tingaud)
Macchina.io and the Poco project (Günter Obiltschnig)

CppDepend 2021.1 Released! -- CoderGears Team

This is the press release of the new version of CppDepend 2021.1 static analysis tool. Click on the link below to see these features and product improvements.

CppDepend v2021.1: New Coding standards rules

by CoderGears Team

From the article:

New coding standards are now supported (Cert C, Cert C++, Misra C, Misra C++, CWE, and Autosar). Gap between code implementation and UML. Improved exclusion mechanism. The latest Clang version is now embedded. The latest CppCheck version is now embedded.

Download and enjoy the new version of CppDepend now by clicking here.


CopperSpice: Class Completion

New video on the CopperSpice YouTube Channel:

Class Completion

by Barbara Geller and Ansel Sermersheim

About the video:

In this video we look at the fascinating topic of class completion. The idea of when a class is complete seems fairly simple, but a "class-complete context" is more complicated. We have some cool examples to illustrate the interesting places a class is considered complete.

Please take a look and remember to subscribe!

CLion 2021.1: New Code Analysis Options, Updates to Remote Mode, and...--Anastasia Kazakova

Time to test it?

CLion 2021.1: New Code Analysis Options, Updates to Remote Mode, and Postfix Completion

by Anastasia Kazakova

From the article:

This new version provides an overhaul for code analysis, allowing it to catch more potential issues and guideline inconsistencies, enhances the debugging experience, and improves the capabilities of remote mode. In addition to the improved C and C++ experience, CLion 2021.1 introduces updated Rust and Swift support and valuable changes from the IntelliJ Platform...