During the Tooling Study Group meeting today, I was asked a question
about the group's purpose, and I gave the following unprepared answer,
which some felt was wise to record.
The Tooling Study Group's mission is to:
- Represent the positions and opinions of those who develop tools that
interact with C++.
- Review and respond to C++ evolutionary changes that will impact
tools that interact with C++.
- Identify and comment on opportunities for tools to influence C++
Discussion, commentary, affirmation, and dissent are welcome.
Nice.. Except that:
a) Those are all passive observer tasks.
b) Doesn't, AFAICT, cover solving the library packaging ecosystem problem.