3 Feb 2010 redi   » (Master)

I haven't posted much recently, but I've been pretty busy adding C++0x support in GCC and helping resolve some of the Library Working Group issues list. My changes to std::function caused some regressions when combining it with std::bind, so it was necessary to finish the rvalue changes for bind as well. I also rewrote most of <future>, and have just checked in an implementation of std::condition_variable_any. GCC 4.5 is shaping up to be quite an exciting release for anyone interested in C++0x. IMHO Jason Merrill deserves special mention for his work on the g++ front-end, he seems to be adding new C++0x features as fast as he's fixing long-standing C++03 bugs - great work!

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