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P2012R0 Fix the range-based for loop, Rev0 (Nicolai Josuttis, Victor Zverovich, Arthur O'Dwyer, Filipe Mulonde)
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EWG saw this paper in today's telecon. Minutes
There is a problem to be solved with range-based for loops and lifetime of temporaries.
A solution which might break existing code (such as the lock example Nico showed) is acceptable.
A solution which proposes a new kind of loop is worth exploring.
Adopt the wording proposed by Jens into P2012, and poll it at the next EWG quarterly polling period.
For future polls: assuming we go with Jens’ proposed wording, this is a defect going back to C++11, and want CWG to treat this as a defect report on prior Standards.
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P2012R1 Fix the range-based for loop, Rev1 (Nicolai Josuttis, Victor Zverovich, Arthur O'Dwyer, Filipe Mulonde)
Seen at today's EWG telecon:
POLL: send P2012r2 to EWG electronic polling for inclusion in C++23, not as a DR.
Result: no consensus.
P2012R2 Fix the range-based for loop, Rev2 (Nicolai Josuttis, Victor Zverovich, Arthur O'Dwyer, Filipe Mulonde)
Subsumed by #1316
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