standardization

C++17 and its Technical Specifications

The 2nd part of my series on proposals for C++17 deals with Technical Specifications:

C++17 and its Technical Specifications

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Part 2 of my series about the current proposals for C++17. This part is covering the Technical Specifications (TS), which are currently released. Some of them will make it into C++17. Those not making it into C++17...

C++17 Library Papers for Cologne

The first part of a mini series about the Library Papers for the LWG Meeting in Cologne:

C++17 Library Papers for Cologne

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Last fall I did the last series about the Standardization papers for C++. I didn't had the time to finish the last part for the Library subgroup, as Meeting C++ 2014 was getting close too. I'll be attending the next meeting of the Library Working Group in Cologne, which is just a few days away, so I'll do a miniseries for the LWG papers...

C++ Status

A follow up on my proposal series & C++14 post:

C++ Status

by Jens Weller

From the Article:

This is the followup I promised after my last series for Issaquah. The current status of the standardization is that C++14 is on its final way to become a new ISO Standard, as you can see on the C++ Status Page of isocpp.org.

Looking at C++14

A few weeks ago the C++ committee did meet in Issaquah, its most important result: the final draft for C++14. See Herb Sutters trip report for details, I have written an overview based on his trip report, clangs C++14 status page and of course the papers it self.

Looking at C++14

by Jens Weller

From the Article:

As I have read through most papers of last and this year, a short overview which papers now have made it into the standard. So, what are the new features of C++14? Already before the last meeting, clang had implemented all known C++14 features of the draft published after the Chicago meeting.

Compiler support for C++11 and C++14

C++11 support is still an interesting topic, even that GCC and Clang now fully support it. Also the upcoming C++14 standard is already getting implemented by a lot of compilers. There are two very interesting publications about this topic in recent weeks, first, on italiancpp.org there is a PDF on C++11 and C++14 feature support for Visual C++, Intel, Clang and GCC. Also Just a few days ago, a interesting blogpost about this topic was published on C++Rocks, focussing on compiler and library support:

C++11/14 compiler and library shootout

by C++ Rocks

From the Article:

It’s been almost a year since my last comparison of C++11 support across different compilers, so I decided to take a break from working on my book about C++11/14 features in VS2013, and see how things have changed.

C++ Papers for Issaquah - Library, Graphics, Networking, Numerics and Undefined Behavior

This is the last part in the series for Issaquah, and its the most diverse:

C++ Papers for Issaquah - Library, Graphics, Networking, Numerics & Undefined Behavior

by Jens Weller

From the Article:

The 4th and last part about the C++ Papers for Issaquah. I already covered the first batch of proposals from the Library subgroup in the previous part, now its all about papers from Library, Graphics, Networking, Numerics and Undefined Behavior. A very diverse part.

C++ Papers for Issaquah - Library I

The third part of my series about the papers for Issaquah is about the first batch of library proposals

C++ Papers for Issaquah - Library I

by Jens Weller

From the article:

The 3rd part of the C++ papers for Issaquah series will be about the library proposals. The last part covered the papers from concepts, database and evolution. There are a lot of proposals from the library group, and I think some of them are the most interesting, as they don't have any impact on the core language.