From https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/c14-features-supported-by-intel-c-compiler I know that at least some C++14 features are supported by the 16.0 version of the C++ compiler. I was wondering if there is a (tentative) schedule available that shows when the remaining C++14 features will be implemented?
With every release the product team does enhance existing features and add new features as well but we don’t have any externally published schedule per-se. I’ll keep you updated as soon as the remaining C++ 14 features are implemented in subsequent releases. Appreciate your patience till then.
BTW, can you let me know which C++14 features in particular are you interested so I can pass on to the product team? Appreciate your input, thanks
Thanks for your reply. Can you at least tell me if there are any C++14 updates planned (tentatively) for the 16.x series of the compiler? The most relevant feature we're eagerly waiting for is extended constexpr (N3652).
The complete c++14 support is anticipated (no commitment and hence I say anticipated) to be in the next major release (17.0) next year but it doesn’t mean that the product team may not consider putting some significant new features in the 16.0 updates depending on their schedule constraints etc. That said, I’ll keep you updated if an update release (16.0) contains any new feature or the constexpr feature you’re interested. BTW, I’ve passed on your comments and request to the product team, thanks.