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From: John Maddock (jz.maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2022-08-13 11:58:23

> Yes, that's why I asked which C++ standard can be used. Can I use e.g.
C++14 unless you can make a really good case why the code needs
something else.
> - concepts
I'd prefer not to.
> - lambdas
Yes absolutely.
> - constexpr if

In constexpr versions of functions yes - the existing ccmath code
requires C++17, so you're on safe ground there.  For general runtime
special functions I'd prefer it if we can all keep to C++14 for the
moment so there's not too much divergence between different functions.


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