Loading…
This event has ended. View the official site or create your own event → Check it out
This event has ended. Create your own
Please visit the C++Now website.
View analytic
Friday, May 13 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Implementing tuple in C++17

Log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

C++17 adds new language features that might affect the design and implementation of 'std::tuple', such as fold expressions for templates. Several other features still pending as this proposal is written, such as concepts and implicit comparison operators. In addition, the standard library itself pushes the interface of the 'tuple' template itself, while providing additional metaprogramming utilities that might help both the implementation, and users. This session will review the tuple interface, as specified for C++17, highlighting any changes since C++11 and C++14. It will then look into the design of several implementations of tuple, explored through several testing and benchmarking scenarios, before looking to draw conclusions. Note that the code shown in this session will require a recent version of a C++ compiler that implements an experimental C++17 mode. The latest Clang and gcc compilers should be capable, although the latest development compilers may be needed for new language features added in 2016.

Speakers
AM

Alisdair Meredith

Bloomberg LP
Alisdair Meredith is a software developer at BloombergLP in New York, and the C++ Standard Committee Library Working Group chair. | | He has been an active member of the C++ committee for just over a decade, and by a lucky co-incidence his first meeting was the kick-off meeting for the project that would become C++11, and also fixed the contents of the original library TR. | | He is currently working on the BDE project, BloombergLP's open... Read More →


Friday May 13, 2016 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Flug Auditorium

Attendees (28)