Subject: Re: [isocpp-ext] CWG1962+CWG2362 type of __func__ / __func__ should be constexpr
From: Herring, Davis (herring_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-04-28 16:11:06
>>> Using the details below, I'd like y'all to consider: do we want to
>>> fix this issue, or leave it as-is because better mechanisms will
>>> eventually lead us to deprecate __func__?
>> Leave it alone.
> Stability/compatibility is a major feature.
I have trouble interpreting the above exchange. You're agreeing with "leave it alone", which sounds like JF's option "leave it as-is because better mechanisms will eventually lead us to deprecate __func__". That plan doesn't sound like "[s]tability/compatibility"; did you mean never to deprecate it?
Meanwhile, the whole issue here is a question of compatibility between (versions of) implementations, where there is known significant divergence; is the "major feature" compatibility between those implementations in the future, or is it bug-compatibility with their current states?
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