Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2019 20:02:41 +0000
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Subject: [SG14] SG14 June 12 Zoom call
Michael Wong is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: SG14 Low Latency Monthly
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Time: Apr 17, 2019 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Apr 17, 2019 2:00 PM
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1. Opening and introductions
1.1 Roll call of participants
Staffan Tjernstrom, Michael Wong, Ben Craig, Billy Baker,Brett, Charles Bay, David Stone, Jan Wilmans, John McFarlane, Matthew Butler, Rene Rivera(Partial), Ronen Friedman, Guy Davidson (Partial)
1.2 Adopt agenda
1.3 Approve minutes from previous meeting, and approve publishing
previously approved minutes to ISOCPP.org
1.4 Action items from previous meetings
2. Main issues (125 min)
2.1 General logistics
Review last call discussions.
2.2 Paper reviews
2.2.1 Embedded/freestanding vs hosted
The drafts of D1641R0.0 "Freestanding Library: Rewording the Status Quo"
and D1642R0.0 "Freestanding Library: Easy [utilities]". These papers can
also be reached at the following URLs:
These are follow-on papers from P0829 "Freestanding Proposal". I'm still
going in that direction, just with lots of little papers now, instead of
one big paper.
Summary of freestanding Kona evening session discussions
Outcome from Dec call:
In the SG14 session, he mentioned 2 that he prefers
* Freestanding is signal / interrupt safe
* Freestanding requires no special dispensation from the operating
environment above what freestanding C99 requires
But there are other possible directions
* Freestanding should be as small as possible
* Freestanding has all the same core language features as hosted
Nov Evening Session:
Papers now have P Numbers
Trying to keep a small number of papers in flight at any point in time just in time LWG changes their editorial policy.
Discussion/Clarification that we’re removing the requirement for freestanding not to provide feature test macros for non-freestanding features.
Discussion of what to do in those cases where we want to not include the whole overload set. Std::abs() with the floating point overloads is a case in point. Certain of the swap() cases may also be troublesome. For these papers we think we’re ok, but the issue will very likely crop up in the later papers that start dealing with more string like things.
Calling the type operator new/delete is ok, but calling the global operator new/delete is not. Hence unique_ptr<> makes it in.
Both papers need champions for Cologne.
2.2.2 Concurrent Queue from David Stone
In response to P0260r3, an overview of the current art. Separate out concurrent vs non-concurrent is a viable strategy. Also papers by Guy Davidson (D????), P1470r0, and others.
Additional queues from Tony Van Eerd, and the Folly Team.
2.2.3 Error Size Benchmarking by Ben Craig
P1640R0: Error size benchmarking
Initial error neutral size cost is relative to the stripped_abort case.
Question about whether unreachable would be an even lower bound. No measurements as of yet.
Visual Studio has different implementation strategies between 32-bit and 64-bit compilations.
The light bars show the need imposed by the platform ABI to store unwind information on 64-bit. That restriction is not necessarily there on WinX32, or indeed on some embedded platforms.
The first time that you call a function (say a C function) that is not marked noexcept, with exceptions turned on, you pay the exception size penalty. This happens for Visual Studio in /EHc mode when calling abort().
As ever with microbenchmarks there was some necessary fighting the optimizer.
DG will be very interesting in these results.
2.2.4 Linear Algebra update from April 3rd
Michael gave a quick update on the current status. The idea of row and column vector is still a topic of discussion. There is a contrasting paper preferring a more eager evaluation technique from National Labs, avoiding expression templates.
Next call: July 10 2 PM EDT – will very likely be cancelled due to Cologne.
Backup date is August 14 2 PM EDT.
2.2.5: Any serious study on cost of Exception vs cost of Error Codes
2.2.6 any other proposal for reviews?
2.3 Domain-specific discussions
2.3.1 Embedded domain discussions: Ben Craig, Wooter and Odin Holmes
2.3.3 Games Domain: John McFarlane, Guy Davidson and Paul Hampson
2.3.4 Finance Domain: Carl Cooke, Neal Horlock, Mateusz Pusz and Clay
2.4 Other Papers and proposals
2.5 Future F2F meetings:
2.6 future C++ Standard meetings:
- *2019-07-15 to 20: Cologne, Germany; *Nicolai Josuttis
- *2019-11-04 to 09: Belfast, Northern Ireland;* Archer Yates
- 2020-02-10 to 15: Prague, Czech Republic
- 2020-06-01 to 06: Bulgaria
- 2020-11: (New York, tentative)
- 2021-02-22 to 27: Kona, HI, USA
3. Any other business
As well as look through papers marked "SG14" in recent standards committee
Code and proposal Staging area
4.1 Review and approve resolutions and issues [e.g., changes to SG's
4.2 Review action items (5 min)
5. Closing process
5.1 Establish next agenda
5.2 Future meeting
Apr 17: todays call
June 12: June 17 mailing deadline
July 10: likely cancelled due to Cologne Meeting July 15
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