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C++ Papers for Issaquah - Concepts, Database and Evolution

This is the second part of my series about the papers for the next C++ committee meeting in Issaquah:

C++ Papers for Issaquah - Concepts, Database & Evolution

by Jens Weller

From the article:

This is the second part about the papers for the C++ committee meeting in February in Issaquah. This time featuring papers from the subgroups of concept, database and evolution. Again, most papers in this series aim for a standard after C++14, most important for C++14 will be the national comments on the new standard. Also there are no new papers from the core working group, only the active issues, defects report and closed issues report are on this mailing.

 

C++ Papers for Issaquah—Concurrency

So I just started to read through the papers for the next C++ committee meeting in Issaquah in February, first part is about Concurrency:

C++ Papers for Issaquah -- Concurrency

by Jens Weller

From the article:

In february the C++ committee is going to meet for a week in Issaquah, it could be the final Meeting for C++14, the papers in this series will reflect both, C++14 and the standard that will come after it. Currently mostly known as C++1y. A lot of papers that are not part of C++14 will be formed into technical specifications, which some will then become C++1y later. Like the last series, I will again focus on the working groups, and post the papers sorted by the name of the working group, starting with concurrency.

C++ Papers for Chicago - Library

This is the third part of my series about the C++ papers for Chicago:

C++ Papers for Chicago: Part 3 - Library

by Jens Weller

From the article:

This week the C++ committee meeting has started in Chicago, and we will hopefully see at its end, what improvements C++14 brings to C++11. And in this 3rd part of my series for the Chicago papers, I will start looking at the library proposals...

Papers for Chicago: Concurrency

The start of my series about the papers for the upcoming Chicago meeting, starting with C for Concurrency:

C++ Papers for Chicago: Part 1 -- Concurrency

by Jens Weller

From the article:

As I did write a series about the papers for Bristol, this is the start of the series for Chicago, as at the end of this month the C++ committee will meet again for standardization. I try to...

Resumable Functions: async and await—Jens Weller

JensWeller_small-da9313ea.jpgA look at resumable functions:

Resumable Functions: async and await

by Jens Weller

From the article:

While I did my series about the papers for Bristol, there was one paper, which I personally found a bit weird. This paper was about resumable functions, and at that time it was just another paper full of ideas for C++ to me. At C++Now suddenly, I got a better insight to what the use of resumable functions could be...