Subject: Re: [boost] What C++14/1z standard or TS libraries would you like to have available on a C++11 compiler?
From: Edward Diener (eldiener_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-05-22 12:19:49
On 5/22/2016 11:40 AM, Vicente J. Botet Escriba wrote:
> I would like to have your feedback on C++ standard library features you
> would like to have available for a C++11 compiler.
> The idea would be to present a Boost.StdExtensions library that would
> provide some of these features for review with some of these features.
I do not understand what you are asking about ? Don't most compilers
when set to C++11 mode on up support C++ standard libraries which
support the use of C++11 idioms ? Evidently I am confused what you are
proposing. Could you specify your idea for a Boost.StdExtensions library
> Please , let me know if you are interested in participating in this
> project and working on some specific parts.
> This library should avoid as much Boost dependencies as possible.
> How the library could be structured? I believe that it should follow the
> C++ standard files.
> Which folder should be used? boost/stdext? boost/stdext11?
> Which namespace? boost::stdext?
> I have prefixed with a * the lines that interest myself and with VBE*
> those that I could work on.
> The features that need compiler help or that need C++14/17 language
> features are excluded and prefixed by N/A.
> Please be free to add a * if you are interested and your name as well if
> you want to participate.
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