From: Richard Hodges (hodges.r_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-11-23 14:13:47
> I don't see a compelling case for a unit-test library to be
I respectfully disagree here. Standardisation aids adoption, learning and
My view is that c++ would be more popular if the standard was wider in
scope. The arguments I hear against using c++ in new projects include âyou
need arcane knowledge to actually achieve anythingâ.
It is for this reason that I regard boost beast as the most pivotal library
to bless the c++ community since the boost project was started.
And I see nothing wrong with macros.
Except that they pollute the global namespace and contribute to unintuitive
They are not going
> away, ever.
We can hope and work in that direction.
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