Monthly Archives: October 2011

C++11

Quick overview on things I like and don’t like about C++11. Things I’ve always wanted: Lambdas auto Explicit overrides and final Better enums Better support for unions Variadic templates Custom literals Static assertions Dislike: Things the std can do but … Continue reading

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Comment approval

Comments don’t seem to get shown unless I’ve approved them (just realized this) and so I’m going to outline a few things:  I’m not going to approve anything with an email address in it. Spam bots will happily find and … Continue reading

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Metalanguage C

I have been thinking about a new language. A language simpler than C, yet more complex than C++. I want it to strongly support metaprogramming – something I’m surprised more languages haven’t tried. XL seems to be the most advanced, … Continue reading

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EoM?

I’ve neglected writing about EoM for a while, and it’s really because progress on EoM has slowed. I’ve been trying to get back into it, but it’s hard for a few reasons: Large portions need to be refactored. I’m using … Continue reading

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