Subject: Re: [ub] Minutes thursday meeting?
From: JOSE DANIEL GARCIA SANCHEZ (josedaniel.garcia_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-11-09 08:36:57
The link you sent seems to be broken.
The latest available at wg23 is the pre meeting one:
Probably is a good idea to upload a copy of the mid-meeting document to the
If you send me the document I can do it for you.
On Fri, Nov 9, 2018 at 3:29 PM Stephen Michell <stephen.michell_at_[hidden]>
> Thanks Daniel,
> Hello all,
> There will be minutes from the meeting, but they will basically point to
> the document being prepared. Any action items captured in the document will
> be transferred to the minutes after the meeting.
> The document itself is at TR 24772-10 C++ language vulnerabilities
> mid-meeting 58
> The home page for WG 23 is www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg23 and you can
> follow the Documents link.
> We were quite productive yesterday. We are presently working on the major
> OO vulnerabilities,
> - 6.27 Switch Statements and Static Analysis [CLL]
> - 6.28 Demarcation of Control Flow [EOJ]
> - 6.29 Loop Control Variables [TEX]
> - 6.30 Off-by-one Error [XZH]
> - 6.31 Structured Programming [EWD]
> - 6.32 Passing Parameters and Return Values [CSJ]
> - 6.33 Dangling References to Stack Frames [DCM]
> - 6.34 Subprogram Signature Mismatch [OTR]
> - 6.35 Recursion [GDL]
> - 6.36 Ignored Error Status and Unhandled Exceptions [OYB]
> - 6.41 Inheritance [RIP]
> We are tackling the following today:
> - 6.42 Violations of the Liskov Substitution Principle or the Contract
> Model [BLP]
> - 6.43 Redispatching [PPH]
> - 6.44 Polymorphic variables [BKK]
> - 6.45 Extra Intrinsics [LRM]
> plus more.
> I would strongly encourage people that are interested in these topics to
> review the topics and concepts that we have captured. Everything is still
> in the formative stages.
> On Nov 9, 2018, at 8:33 AM, JOSE DANIEL GARCIA SANCHEZ <
> josedaniel.garcia_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I think we do not have minutes.
> We were live editing the WG23 document, working on how different
> vulnerabilities are to be addressed in C++.
> I assume Stephen Mithchell will distribute a version of the document when
> we are done.
> Is that right?
> On Fri, Nov 9, 2018 at 8:09 AM <peter.sommerlad_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> where can I find the minutes? What did you work on ?
>> Sent from Peter Sommerlad's iPad
>> +41 79 432 23 32
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