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  • Trip report: Summer 2021 ISO C++ standards meeting (virtual)
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-06-10
    You can get a rough idea by looking at the corresponding github issue.
  • ELI5: Folly - Battle-Tested C++ Library
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-05-25
    std::move_only_function could end up in C++23.
  • "Should we break the ABI" is the wrong question
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-05-04
    There's a proposal for that. Check out https://github.com/cplusplus/papers/issues/842
  • Thoughts on adding 'libraries' as a language concept
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-05-02
  • WG21, aka C++ Standard Committee, April 2021 Mailing
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-04-24
    In the past I would argue that we shouldn't bring this up at all, since the committee has problems prioritizing... things..., any little suggestion apparently can delay entire features by years, edging on decades, but it looks like we aren't going to get networking, reflection, or meta classes until c++29 anyway, so I guess there's actually no issue this time updating issues and bringing these things to light.
  • Would std::concat for strings be a good addition to the Standard Library?
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-04-23
    Referencing his comment on http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/papers/2021/p2210r2.html, instead of basic dead-simple std::string::splitbeing available in the language, er.. ever, we get controversial functionality like modules and co_routines, which have been much maligned and much applauded by various people. Other languages manage to achieve basic, if not super generalized, functionality like string splitting in their first major release. But here we are still carting around the ghost of C-language past with nul terminated string functions like strtok being the only standard-library function for doing some operations. And lets not forget that std::cstring_view was rejected https://github.com/cplusplus/papers/issues/189, continuing the pain-point that is needing c-standard library functions, but being unable to use them ergonomically or in a type safe way, because C++'s standard library provides few replacements.
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-04-23
    Supporting for non-strings might not be important to you specifically but in the broader context of potentially standardizing a facility, it seems pretty necessary (plus StrCat already supports this, and there was already no consensus to remove that support).
  • The Case of string_view and the Magic String
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-04-11
    it was rejected
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    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-03-27
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    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-03-24
    Here are a few related papers, in historical order. There might be other I missed though. - P1177R1 Package Ecosystem Plan - status (apparently work is pushed back) - P1178r0 C++ Compile - no status but I believe it didn't have positive feedback; - P1767r0 Packaging C++ Modules - status - P1689r3 Format for describing dependencies of source files - status
  • Will Rush replace C++ in the long term ?
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-03-13
    You need to catch up on P1371. Possibly in C++23.
  • Is there a real benefit to using cout as opposed to printf that offsets the extra work in formatting?
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-03-05
    And std::print is looking good for C++23.
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-03-05
    Good news, they're adding that retroactively to C++20.
  • We really need a way of statically checking exceptions in C++.
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-02-23
    that's one of many issues that P0709 tries to solve.