Subject: Re: [boost] Foundational vs non-foundational libraries (was: Re:Thoughts on Boost v2)
From: Peter Dimov (lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-05-21 08:52:21
Niall Douglas wrote:
> Ok, I'll put it the other way round then: it's hard to imagine C
> standardising a feature without C++ improving/"improving" on it.
C++11 threading predated C11 threading. It didn't 'improve' on anything C.
C++ atomics also predated and didn't improve on anything C; they were
designed from the start with the intent of being adoptable by C11 as-is, and
they largely met this goal.
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