An Overview of the Coming C++ (C++0x) Standard


Google Tech Talks October 31, 2008 ABSTRACT The C++ language has started the formal approval process with the recent release of its Committee Draft, ie Beta. This talk outlines the process, the new features, some features left out, and the procedures for formal comments. Speaker: Matt Austern Matt Austern is a long-time contributor to the C++ standard, as well as a Google engineer. Speaker: Lawrence Crowl Lawrence Crowl is a long-time contributor to the C++ standard, as well as a Google engineer.

25 thoughts on “An Overview of the Coming C++ (C++0x) Standard”

  1. @vorbeigehende Waah! I kinda liked concepts! I thought this would solve some duplication problems I see with a lot of libraries that try to avoid dependencies.

  2. At the July 2009 meeting in Frankfurt, Germany, the C++ Standards Committee voted to remove “concepts” from C++0x.

  3. No, ‘if (pred(*first)’ should be ‘if (pred(*first))’. I was talking about parenthesis () not braces {}. I know that you don’t need braces for single statements.

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