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    Phoronix: C++17 Is Complete, Work On C++20 Is Getting Underway

    We heard earlier this month that C++17 is "done" and looked at the new features while now more details have been shared...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...PP-17-Complete

  • #2
    Keep patching and patching the beast instead of using a sane language such as Rust.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by wargames View Post
      Keep patching and patching the beast instead of using a sane language such as Rust.
      imbecile, rust is patching itself every six weeks

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      • #4
        Originally posted by wargames View Post
        Keep patching and patching the beast instead of using a sane language such as Rust.
        Come back here once Rust has a 20 year history with explicit milestones where breaking backward compatibility is not allowed...

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        • #5
          Come back here once Rust has a 20 year history with explicit milestones where breaking backward compatibility is not allowed...
          Looks like you just ruled out both C and C++, because they fail to meet your standard here too.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mmstick View Post
            Looks like you just ruled out both C and C++, because they fail to meet your standard here too.
            standard is to break only code which deserves to be broken. not to expect constant rewrites from your alphatesters

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            • #7
              *sigh* ...

              Languages are tools, not religions.

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              • #8
                I see the 2D graphics proposal continues to make progress. (Spot the mentions of Cairo hidden away...)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by mr_tawan View Post
                  *sigh* ...

                  Languages are tools, not religions.
                  Seems that's not true for Rust...

                  Is it really necessary in every post about any language to have the Rust lovers ranting about any non-Rust languaje?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by mr_tawan View Post
                    *sigh* ...

                    Languages are tools, not religions.
                    Sure it is but I understand the emotional flamewars to some extend. There are a handful of people who got proficient to some degree and can show years of experience. They manage to do really great things with their tools.
                    Then some newcomer hipster comes (often without in-depth knowledge of anything with the need to distinguish himself) and tells them it is all unnecessary deprecated and bad ...

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