From: degski (degski_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-10-10 14:18:10
On Thu, 10 Oct 2019 at 16:25, Niall Douglas via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]>
> Just as a heads up to those who care, and any pretesting of these
> changes in advance of the Boost release is welcome.
> There are two breaking changes:
> 1. The git submodule mechanism used by standalone Outcome ...
> 2. For standalone Outcome ...
> - Standalone outcome ...
Any changes for the Boost-version?
- Support for C++ Coroutines has been added. This comes in two parts,
> firstly there is now an `OUTCOME_CO_TRY()` operation suitable for
> performing the `TRY` operation from within a C++ Coroutine. Secondly, in
> the header `outcome/coroutine_support.hpp` there are implementations of
> `eager<OutcomeType>` and `lazy<OutcomeType>` which let you more
> naturally and efficiently use `basic_result` or `basic_outcome` from
> within C++ Coroutines -- specifically, if the result or outcome will
> construct from an exception pointer, exceptions thrown in the coroutine
> return an errored or excepted result with the thrown exception instead
> of throwing the exception through the coroutine machinery (which in
> current compilers, has a high likelihood of blowing up the program).
> Both `eager<T>` and `lazy<T>` can accept any `T` as well. Both have been
> tested and found working on VS2019 and clang 9.
I'll use exceptions instead, I think.
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