Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 19th Nov 2006 18:26 UTC, submitted by Esther Schindler
General Development The C++ standardization committee has set 2009 as the target date for the version of the language standard. And a lot will change. C++09 will include at least two major core features -- rvalue references and type concepts -- and plenty more relatively minor features.
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RE: Not much of an update
by Sodki on Sun 19th Nov 2006 19:24 UTC in reply to "Not much of an update"
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If you are interested in a substantial reengineering of C++, in something that actually fixes its major shortcomings, try the D programming language.

I second that. D is a very nice language with a clear focus. My first impression was that it has the best of Java, the best of C++ and none of they're major weaknesses.

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