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Clang 3.4 and C++14
With each new release, gcc and clang add on more C++11 and C++14 features. While clang has been behind on some features, though ahead on others, they now claim to have C++1y all worked out . This article is not comprehensive. Clang's 3.4 C++ release notes: ...
With each new release, gcc and clang add on more C++11 and C++14 features. While clang has been behind on some features, though ahead on others, they now claim to have C++1y all worked out. This article is not comprehensive. ...
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It took me a moment to get it.
 
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"Laconic history of the world" sums up each country in one word. http://flowingdata.com/2012/12/28/map-laconic-history-of-the-world/
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Added an example using std::tuple. (minor edit)
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I've been playing around with the clang's polymorphic lambdas. You can do some real neat stuff with 'em! They can even be fully templated and perfect forwarding. Lambdas!

https://gist.github.com/4347130
http://faisalv.github.com/clang-glambda/ (Mac build instructions work for Linux, mostly.)
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Hi, I'm new here, but the particular reason at the moment is I've made a little experiment where each instrument is panned all the way to the left or right. I like the affect, but need a second opinion, and, if possible, advice on where to pan instruments.

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Hi guys, for my own C++ project FLENS (http://flens.sf.net) I wrote a (simple) tool for creating tutorials and documentation.  Documentation can be written in a ReStructuredText dialect.

The nice feature for creating tutorials is the capability to insert 'SHELL' boxes into your documentation.  You can use them to actually compile and execute your programs when you generate the documentation.  So the output actually produced by your program gets included.

In the linked video you see the basic workflow when using DocTool.  More (simple) examples can be found on the DocTool site.  More complex examples on the FLENS site.

Of course DocTool can be used for documenting any kind of C, C++, etc. project or programming language itself.  However, please understand that it evolved and was originally intended by solely myself.  But if you like it's idea in general let me know.
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It has recently come out that the Connecticut shooter had asperger syndrome, which is often thought of as a form of high-functioning autism. Today, I read comments from people who believe autism is dangerous, that it is related to psychopathy (characterized by a lack of empathy), and other such things. If this were true, tragedies like this would be somewhat frequent as more people are living with autism than you probably think. You may even know a few.

I was diagnosed with asperger syndrome at 13. I and others like me are altruistic in nature. We do care, deeply and profoundly. We generally detest violence; many claim they are pacifists. People make misconceptions, sometimes to the point of thinking we are heartless, without emotion, because we can't always express ourselves easily and sometimes we miss important cues.

I think now is a good time to practice autism awareness. This article in particular speaks of autism and empathy.

http://www.thinkingautismguide.com/2011/07/on-matter-of-empathy.html
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