We're back with another round of updates from the most recent ISOC++ standards meeting at Jacksonville, where some..."interesting" turns of events took place.
[0:30] Interview portion begins
[1:35] The Jacksonville Controversy
[3:07] Why should I care about TS's?
[5:55] New TS's
[6:00] Modules (Try it out [VS] | Learn more | Send feedback)
[6:27] Coroutines (Try it out [VS] | Learn more | Send feedback)
[7:59] Concepts (Try it out [GCC] [6.0 changes] | Send feedback)
[10:11] Ranges (Try it out [GCC] [6.0 changes] | Send feedback)
[11:33] Direct-into-Standard items
[11:40] constexpr v3
[12:16] New attributes (fallthrough, nodiscard, maybe_unused)
[14:24] Extended aggregating initializers
[15:34] Sentinel iterators
[16:14] Hex floats
[16:27] TS-into-Standard items
[16:38] Parallelism TS (Learn more)
[17:30] Library fundamentals v1 TS (Try it out [Boost] [GCC] [6.0 changes])
[19:19] File system TS
[20:01] "Special" math IS [International Standard] (Try it out [Boost] [GCC] [6.0 changes])
[22:21] What's next for the committee?
[22:27] And how exactly does one pronounce "Oulu?"