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Conan integration in GitLab

gitlab-logo-gray-rgb.pngConan, the C and C++ package manager, is now part of GitLab

Conan users can now set GitLab as the remote registry for their packages

From the article:

This allows users to share private packages within an organization that is already using GitLab, publish public packages for general or open source use, and will open up many possibilities in utilizing GitLab’s CI pipelines to build and consume these packages automatically.

LLVM/Clang 10.0.0 is released!

Full of novelty.

LLVM/Clang 10.0.0 is released!

From the article:

Some highlights include:

  • C++ Concepts support in Clang
  • Clang no longer runs in a separate process by default ("in-process cc1")
  • Windows control flow guard (CFG) checks
  • Support for more processor cores and features

Are you ready for C++Now?--Jon Kalb

Yes!

Are you ready for C++Now?

by Jon Kalb

From the article:

C++Now, which takes place in Aspen this May, refers to itself as A Gathering of C++ Experts and Enthusiasts from around the world. The conference, originally called BoostCon, was started so that Boost library authors, who had gotten to know each other online, could meet and discuss face to face. The Boost library is where experts develop and put into production the cutting edge techniques of C++...

Freestanding in Prague--Ben Craig

All you want to know.

Freestanding in Prague

by Ben Craig

From the article:

The C++ standards committee met in Prague, Czech Republic between Feb 10 and Feb 15. The standard is wording complete, and the only thing between here and getting it published is ISO process. As is typical for me at these meetings, I spent a lot of time doing freestanding things, Library Incubator (LEWGI) things, and minuting along the way (15-ish sessions/papers!)...

C++20 is Done!

Houra!

C++20 is Done!

From the article:

C++20, the most impactful revision of C++ in a decade, is done! ������

Overload 155 is now available

ACCU’s Overload journal of February 2020 is out. It contains the following C++ related articles.

Overload 155 is now available

From the journal:

Members and Remembrances.
Remembering things can be difficult. Frances Buontempo reminisces on routes to erudition.

A line-to-line conversion from Node.js to Node.cpp.
Dmytro Ivanchykhin, Sergey Ignatchenko and Maxim Blashchuk show how we can get a 5x improvement in speed.

The Path of Least Resistance.
Python’s modules and imports can be overwhelming. Steve Love attempts to de-mystify the process.

Quick Modular Calculations(Part 2).
The minverse algorithm previously seen is fast but has limitations. Cassio Neri presents two alternatives.

A Secure Environment for Running Apps?.
Getting apps from the app store is easy. Alan Griffiths considers this from a security perspective.

Afterwood.
The centre half is more than a sporting term. Chris Oldwood shows us why.

Five Awesome C++ Papers for the Prague ISO Meeting and C++20 Status--Bartlomiej Filipek

Did you know them?

Five Awesome C++ Papers for the Prague ISO Meeting and C++20 Status

by Bartlomiej Filipek

From the article:

Continuing the tradition for other ISO C++ Meetings, I prepared a blog post where you’ll learn about:

  • The current status of C++20
  • an overview about the Prague ISO C++ Meeting (10th till 15th February 2020)
  • a few interesting papers that are worth reading

Let’s start!