Subject: Re: [boost] C++ Standards
From: Mathias Gaunard (mathias.gaunard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-09-19 09:48:20
On 19/09/2011 15:06, Jarrad Waterloo wrote:
> What is the status of and where can one go for current information on
> TR2, decimal type and modules? Are these dead? Is the C++ standards body
> taking a 3-10 years siesta before starting on any of these or the next
> standard? Has there been any recent discussion on "stack trace",
> reflection, dll(s), overloading -> and other operators. There was a list
> of items in which there was not enough time to consider for this
> standard but potential for the next standard. I ask these questions
> because I found about the link to the C++ standards from the main page
> of the boost website. However that link has been rather quiet.
Reflection and modules (which will cover some of the dll-related issues)
are indeed hot topics.
There is also polymorphic lambdas, and some meta-programming stuff that
some people are talking about.
I'm not aware of new operator overloading.
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