published at 28.04.2016 21:58
In this week GCC 6.1 was released, a new major version of GCC. This new version brings again many new features for C++ to the GNU Compiler Collection. A short overview on these.
published at 01.04.2016 03:22
published at 24.03.2016 16:32
Some reflections on last years Meeting C++ conference, and what changes are coming for this years Meeting C++ Conference, which will be announced next week. This year will be the 5th conference, with the experience of running the event 4 times, it will be again, the best Meeting C++ conference I have organized so far. But lets first look back, and learn from last years and previous events.
published at 10.03.2016 11:25
Welcome to the 3rd and last part about current proposals for C++17 and beyond. In the last part, there was an overview on the current Technical Specifications, most likely to move into C++ after C++17. The full proposal listing of 2016 sorted by subgroups contains many more proposals then I can cover.
published at 03.03.2016 12:23
Part 2 of my series about the current proposals for C++17. This part is covering the Technical Specifications (TS), which are currently released. Some of them will make it into C++17. Those not making it into C++17, should be available in the namespace std::experimental, if they are not a language feature.
published at 27.02.2016 17:36
Last night, I've been coding until 3 am. Working on an API which will connect my CMS to JSON libraries in a generic way. For this I did study different JSON Libraries in the past weeks. I almost wrote another one ;) Yet, I had the idea to write a generic interface to interface with some of these libraries, so that my own code is not hard wired to a certain API.
published at 25.02.2016 10:53
published at 18.02.2016 11:10
My CMS project has grown quite a bit, and there are a few places where I think I should refactor the code. One of the larger ones is that TreeItem::get<T> returns a pointer instead of a reference. Another one is related to how the Qt UI application is acting when opening a new panel in the TabControl. There used to be a noticeable delay...
published at 11.02.2016 12:41
The next big milestone for my CMS is to actually generate HTML files, and I'm almost there. I'll reach it in the next two weeks, most code is written, just a little bit of refactoring is needed. This blog post is about searching and replacing in strings. As I started last week with implementing the functionality, that turns the data in my CMS into an HTML website.
published at 04.02.2016 10:46
published at 28.01.2016 15:38
Part of my new year resolution was to do weekly backups. Back in 2013 I already had written a small application, which writes several directories in one zip archive. I continued the work on this in the last days.
published at 21.01.2016 16:08
Like in the previous years(2015, 2014 & 2013), a short outlook into the fresh year regarding C++...
published at 18.12.2015 16:40
Yesterday boost 1.60 was released, and it brings a few important details and changes to the boost users. Plus one new library: the Variadic Data Macro library by Edward Diener.
published at 27.11.2015 17:09
As Twitter finally has now the option to do polls with 4 options, I asked yesterday:
published at 05.11.2015 21:38
Almost two years ago I blogged about founding C++ User Groups, since then I have learned a lot more on the topic, and I want to share that experience with you in this blog post. While my focus here at Meeting C++ is C++, this post is more on the topic of a User Group, so its also useful to you, if you want to start a user group on something else. Yet, I might strive away into C++ lands in this post...
published at 08.10.2015 21:55
published at 02.10.2015 20:12
... was an awesome conference! So this is my trip report. I really enjoyed the week in Bellevue, it was a pleasure to see so many of you again, so I want to thank Jon Kalb for organizing a great CppCon for the 2nd time.
published at 01.10.2015 21:10
I used to do overviews on all papers for a meeting, and when I find the time, I will do this for upcoming meetings again. I will try to post a best-of later, with all the good stuff on concepts, modules and more later. Currently I'm to busy, I just got back from CppCon, and will go to the Qt World Summit next week (meet me there!).
published at 08.09.2015 15:03
published at 01.09.2015 14:41