Many Features Proposed For C++14
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler on 28 March 2013 at 11:03 AM EDT. 20 Comments
C++14 is the next update for the C++ programming language. While slated as only a minor extension to C++11, there are several new features being proposed.

Over at MeetingCPP.com are summaries for many of the papers that were written ahead of next month's C++ committee meeting.

Among the new features being proposed for C++14 via these papers are polymorphic allocators, leveraging OpenMP for language-level parallelization, C++ dynamic arrays, concurrent queues, pipelines, stream mutexes, and condtionally-supported special math functions.
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