Created on 2013-07-30.00:00:00 last changed 110 months ago
This wording is relative to N3691.
Change header <tuple> synopsis, [tuple.general] as indicated:
template <class... Types> tuple<Types&&...> forward_as_tuple(Types&&...) noexcept;
Change [tuple.creation] before p5 as indicated:
template <class... Types> tuple<Types&&...> forward_as_tuple(Types&&... t) noexcept;
[ 2013-09 Chicago ]
Moved to Immediate, this directly addresses an NB comment and the wording is non-controversial.
Accept for Working Paper
Addresses ES 11
In n3471, a bunch of routines from header <tuple> were made constexpr.make_tuple/tuple_cat/get<>(tuple)/relational operators — all these were "constexpr-ified". But not forward_as_tuple. Why not? This was discussed in Portland, and STL opined that this was "an omission" (along with tuple_cat, which was added) In discussion on firstname.lastname@example.org list, Pablo agreed that forward_as_tuple should be constexpr.
|2014-02-20 13:20:35||admin||set||status: wp -> c++14|
|2013-09-29 11:37:54||admin||set||status: immediate -> wp|
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|2013-09-25 12:39:33||admin||set||status: new -> immediate|
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