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#ActualTelastyn

Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:24 PM

So for a future of clean c++ code, there doesn't necessarily need to be a complete revision of the language, but a definition of a sub set of the language that is the best practice usage. Is there a good wiki describing this available, or should I learn Dlang and then figure out the c++ equivalents and preference that equivalent subset in my coding?


I would argue that the variety of styles and idioms used for the variety of C++ libraries, as well as the disjointed tacking on of syntax makes clean C++ code not just a simple subset of best practices for non-trivial code. I mean sure, you can make it more clean, but not *clean*.

As for D... I wouldn't bother. If it was going to take off, it would've done it by now.

#1Telastyn

Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:10 PM

So for a future of clean c++ code, there doesn't necessarily need to be a complete revision of the language, but a definition of a sub set of the language that is the best practice usage. Is there a good wiki describing this available, or should I learn Dlang and then figure out the c++ equivalents and preference that equivalent subset in my coding?


No and no.

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