Microsoft announced the first generally available release of the C++ extension for Visual Studio Code, graduating to version 1.0 after debuting way back in April 2016,
Source: Visual Studio Code’s C++ Extension Hits v1.0 General Availability — Visual Studio Magazine
C++ committee considering backwards compatibility breaking changes.
I guess this is similar to drawing a line in the sand, err… silicon?
“The Committee should be willing to consider the design / quality of proposals even if they may cause a change in behavior or failure to compile for existing code.”
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