Sorry, but who do you expect to get involved in a C++ language extensions encumbered by patents? Does your "C++ Superset" allow a patent-free, open-source implementation?

If you're looking for customers for a new commercial product, or employees/consultants to work on such a commercial product, I don't think this is the appropriate forum to advertise.

I hope that I simply misunderstood you, and that you're not seriously asking for volunteers to get involved in patent-encumbered C++ language extensions.

Cheers,
Emile Cormier

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Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2021 19:13:40 -0400
From: Phil Bouchard <boost@fornux.com>
To: std-proposals@lists.isocpp.org
Subject: [std-proposals] SCC / ISO IEC - C++ Superset
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Greetings,

I wanted to wait to announce that but since the subject is opened then
just know that I am planning to create an ISO / IEC JTC 1 framework on
top of C++ called C++ Superset (that can be integrated into the C++
later on). You won't have to worry about bad and inefficient memory
management anymore. All you'll have to do is to run the compiler on
existing C / C++ code and your app will be crash proof and free from
memory leaks.

That framework will offer the ability to add implicit variables,
parameters, compound statement instances, class members and global
singletons to existing C / C++ code and to overload raw pointers to the
user's convenience. The Root Pointer I wrote is patent pending but any
other important functionality can be added such as a runtime stack
trace, catching segmentation faults before they emit a SIGSEGV, buffer
overflows, double frees, ... the most important problems so far.

More than 10 years ago I was part of the Boost community and I wanted to
create my own language but they told me not to create yet another
language so I decided to create C++ Superset which makes sense because
existing libraries just have to be recompiled, not rewritten from scratch.

So I was hoping to create my own SCC / ISO mailing list before
announcing it but again since the subject was brought up already then
now you know. I would like to recruit interested people as well.


Regards,

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