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On Thu, 13 Feb 2020 at 14:19, JC van Winkel <jcvw@google.com> wrote:
Yes, peter, if you have an opportunity, please come by in SG20 tomorrow.  Do you have an idea when that will be?  We want to spend most of our time on p1725, module/topic development and creating a directed graph, so a abbreviated talk from you would be most fitting.

Thank you,

JC

On Wed, 12 Feb 2020 at 17:08, <peter.sommerlad@hsr.ch> wrote:
Hi
I do not know if I showed my class/type natures to this group already or not(too many things happening) I gave the corresponding talk at cppcon and a refined version last week at OOP. I think it might be a good way to think about what classes we define and how to define them. This is a better way to look at rule of zero/six/DesDeMovA and other implications. (You might have seen some preliminary parts when I showed the rule of DesDeMovA)

I also have an idea for a guideline on when to define assignment operators that are not copy/move that I want people to reflect upon.

If there is time, I am happy to give a short version of my presentation and have a discussion about it.

Regards
Peter

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Peter Sommerlad
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Peter Sommerlad
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