There is a slow-bubbling agony in my soul about this. Not because it’s actually critically important or necessary, but because it once again completely defies the logic of having a C Standard, a C Standard Library, or engaging in the concept of trying to “conform” to such. So, as per usual, I must write about it to get it out of my head:
After that first Firebrand of an article on Application Binary Interface (ABI) Stability, I’m not sure anyone expected this to be the title of the next one, huh? It seems especially bad,
A tweet popped off, and I kept getting asked a lot of questions about what is or is not in C23. So,
I have to shepherd P1664 through the C++ ISO WG process for the 4th time, and this time the paper’s been knocked all the way back
The Committee says these things do not exist. The Committee says these things are invisible, not our business, and not something we can or should talk about.