From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-14 08:56:07
Douglas Gregor wrote:
> On Mar 11, 2008, at 8:56 PM, Rodolfo Lima wrote:
>> Douglas Gregor escreveu:
>>> About 10 days ago, yes. GCC doesn't have support for lambdas, yet.
>> Sorry for being offtopic, but is there any news about bellevue
>> What as approved, what wasn't, etc...?
> The best way to get a sense of what the committee is doing is to read
> the papers in the mailings at
> To find out what happened at a meeting, look in the post-meeting
> mailing for two papers by Alisdair Meredith that track the status of C
> ++0x: "State of C++ Evolution" (summarizing the state of the C++
> language) and "C++ Library Working Group Status Report" (summarizing
> the state of the C+ standard library). The post-meeting mailings
> usually show up about 3 weeks after the meeting has ended, and are
> announced on comp.std.c++.
Also in the post-meeting papers, the WG21 minutes (with ones with the
meeting #), section "10.1 Formal motions, including DRs to be resolved"
is where to look to see how the formal voting went. (WG21 is the ISO
committee. It votes after J16, the US committee. There was one unusual
vote in Bellevue where J16 and WG21 votes went in opposite directions,
so that motion didn't carry.)
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