This is a great starting point.

I would add one more:
- Encourage a culture of tool adoption within the C++ ecosystem.

None of the tooling people build will actually matter if it isn't accepted practice to use it.

-Hyrum

On Sat, Nov 9, 2019 at 1:22 AM Bryce Adelstein Lelbach aka wash via SG15 <sg15@lists.isocpp.org> wrote:
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++
language evolution.

Discussion, commentary, affirmation, and dissent are welcome.

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Bryce Adelstein Lelbach aka wash
CUDA Core C++ Libraries Lead @ NVIDIA
ISO C++ Library Evolution Incubator Chair
ISO C++ Tooling Chair
CppCon and C++Now Program Chair
CUDA Convert and Reformed AVX Junkie

Sleep is for the weak
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