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    Stdcxx is  a portable implementation  of the C++  Standard Library
   
conforming to the ISO/IEC 14882 international standard for C++.
    Stdcxx is a portable implementation of the C++ Standard Library conforming to the ISO/IEC 14882 international standard for C++.
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    The project has 13 committers (excluding mentors). Not counting
   
mentors, the stdcxx PPMC consists of 9 committers.
    The project has 13 committers (excluding mentors). Not counting mentors, the stdcxx PPMC consists of 9 committers.
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    Since the last report three months ago the team has been busy
    working toward the next release, version 4.2, planned to be
    releaded at the end of the summaer or early fall at the latest.

    The stdcxx community is about to close a vote to accept two new
    committers, Eric (Brad) Lemmings, and Mark Brown. Pending the
    approval of the Incubator PMC, the committers are expected to join
    the team shortly.

    The stdcxx community also recently voted to propose graduation as
    a Top Level Project to the Incubator PMC. We plan to submit the
    proposal once the new committers have been approved.
    Since the last report three months ago the team has accomplished three major milestones. In September we added two new committers, Eric Bradley Lemings and Mark Brown. On October 16 we received the approval of the Incubator PMC to recommend to the Board to graduate stdcxx to a Top Level Project. The recommendation has been forwarded to the Board for consideration at the November meeting. Finally, on October 29 the Incubator PMC approved our request to release stdcxx 4.2.0.
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    The most recent release of stdcxx, version 4.1.3, was published in
    January 2006. The next version 4.2, is scheduled to be released
    in late summer/early fall 2007. All code is licensed under the
    Apache license version 2.
    The most recent release of stdcxx, version 4.2.0, was published in October 2007. The schedule of the 4.2.1 maintenance upgrade is currently being discussed. The expected timeframe is December 2007 to February 2008. All code is licensed under the Apache license version 2.

November 2007 Board reports (see ReportingSchedule)

These reports are due to the Incubator PMC by 14 November 2007


AltRMI

AltRMI was retired in January.


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stdcxx

Stdcxx status report for the calendar quarter ending in November 2007.

Project Summary:

  • Stdcxx is a portable implementation of the C++ Standard Library conforming to the ISO/IEC 14882 international standard for C++.

In incubation: since 5/19/2005.

Issues to resolve before graduation:

  • None.

Community:

  • The project has 13 committers (excluding mentors). Not counting mentors, the stdcxx PPMC consists of 9 committers.

Mailing List Activity:

Bug Tracking:

Current Projects:

  • Since the last report three months ago the team has accomplished three major milestones. In September we added two new committers, Eric Bradley Lemings and Mark Brown. On October 16 we received the approval of the Incubator PMC to recommend to the Board to graduate stdcxx to a Top Level Project. The recommendation has been forwarded to the Board for consideration at the November meeting. Finally, on October 29 the Incubator PMC approved our request to release stdcxx 4.2.0.

Code:

  • The most recent release of stdcxx, version 4.2.0, was published in October 2007. The schedule of the 4.2.1 maintenance upgrade is currently being discussed. The expected timeframe is December 2007 to February 2008. All code is licensed under the Apache license version 2.


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XAP


Yoko

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