C++0x is now feature complete

Herb Sutter posts to tell us C++0x is now feature complete. There will now be about a year of bugfixing and clarification, but that’s it: all the features are now known, and their interfaces are solid barring any bugs being found. This means compilers can finally start implementing C++0x at full speed without too much worry of surprises.

The Committee Draft is not yet available, but it is about the same as the September 2008 Working Draft.

Posted on October 28, 2008 in C++, C++0x, Coding

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