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by Jens Weller

A unique_ptr pool

A few weeks ago I wrote about a self-contained unique_ptr pool, which today I refactored into a more reuseable template. Reason is, that the pool class it self now needs to maintain two different kind of objects into their pools, hence the actual pool code is best now factored out into a template.

by Jens Weller

A self-contained Pool in C++14

During C++Now I started writing a small application, that plays around with dlibs face recognition features...

by Jens Weller

A short story on a tiny error

Well, lets make this clear...

by Jens Weller

Reflections on the reflection proposals

A few weeks ago I wrote a short overview over the most interesting papers for the current C++ Committee meeting in Kona, Hawaii. The big surprise was that there were many papers on reflection, while there already is a very detailed proposal for reflection.

by Jens Weller

HTML Text Editor - final solution

by Jens Weller

C++ Proposals please...

A quick overview over the newest mailing of proposals for the upcoming C++ Committee Meeting in...

by Jens Weller

Refactoring the HTML Text Editor for QWebEngine

In the last post...

by Jens Weller

Using QtCreator together with the Visual Studio Build Tools

For a while I've been using QtCreator as my IDE...

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C++ in 2017

The year is a few weeks old...

by Jens Weller

Collaborative Online C++ Compiler?

While doing some brainstorming for possible (youtube) live formats with C++ content...

by Jens Weller

Randomizing a CSV File with Standard C++

For this years student program I had to come up with a way to randomly select n students from all applicants...

by Jens Weller

Presenting Code

At CppCon 2015 I decided to give a small lightning talk on...

by Jens Weller

What does "Modern C++" really mean?

I submitted a talk to CppCon with Modern C++ in the title...

by Jens Weller

Subtle bugs through leaking

Herb Sutters keynote on writing leak free code in C++ reminded me of seeing the opposite as a freelancer: code that has very obvious leaks.

by Jens Weller

boost 1.62 - a short overview

Yesterday a new version of boost has been released.

by Jens Weller

An interview with Sean Parent

During C++Now I had the opportunity...

by Jens Weller

Final features of C++17

With last weeks C++ committee meeting...

by Jens Weller

boost 1.61 - a short overview

Last week during C++Now...

by Jens Weller

The C++ Hightlights and more of GCC 6.1

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.

by Jens Weller

C++ Committee to shift focus on important issues

While C++17 did not get modules, coroutines or concepts...