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- rG211efbb1983c: [libc++][spaceship][NFC] Updates `SpaceshipProjects.csv` with full details from…
Thanks for working on this! I want to look at it in more detail later this week. I want to make sure we have all missing parts of the paper listed.
Can you put these in progress and assign them to me? I have a(n ancient) patch for this.
This seems like an unwanted left-over.
To clarify my motivation for the current format: As I am not that familiar with the structure of the format to make the section of the paper easier to track I decided to add all sections of the standard, which were changed in the paper to the paper status list. Sometimes some items (e.g. ".syn") contain all requirements and sometimes the implementation details are given in a separate section. I added all of them. I have not updated these extra sections yet.
My plan is for me (or if somebody else chips in) is to start from the top of the list check the implementation mark everything which is done and implement the missing parts in subsequent series of patches.
Please note some sections were removed or renamed by subsequent papers. Some sections are probably just an improvement to the wording in standard.
I noticed this but it seems to work as expected and redirect to the most current version so I left it unchanged. Do you still want me to update it?
Ah, sorry! I meant to remove it! Thanks for noticing it.
I think we can wait. I really hope we can do all of P1614 before the next release and just mark it as done.
The next release will be branched at the end of July.
Thanks a lot for updating the status!
In general it looks great, just a few minor points. Can you ping me on Discord after updating the patch. Then I will quickly do a final check and can we land this.
FYI typically this works, but sometimes a new revision of the paper is posted after it has been accepted by the C++ Committee. In these cases we still implement the accepted revision and not the new one.
Note this is very rare.
Please check whether the suggested markup is correct.
Can you add a new group here for removals of operator!=. The missing entries are the weekdays:
It think it makes sense to do this in one patch. If you're interested the calendar has been added in C++20, to the operators can be removed.