1464. Underspecified typedefs for atomic integral types

Section: 99 [atomics.types.integral] Status: Resolved Submitter: INCITS Opened: 2010-08-25 Last modified: 2016-02-10

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Discussion:

Addresses US-160

The last sentence of 99 [atomics.types.integral] p.1 says:

Table 143 shows typedefs to atomic integral classes and the corresponding <cstdint> typedefs.

That's nice, but nothing says these are supposed to be part of the implementation, and they are not listed in the synopsis.

[ Proposed resolution as of NB comment ]

  1. Remove Table 143 — Atomics for standard typedef types.

  2. Change 99 [atomics.types.integral] p.1 as indicated:

    1 The name atomic_itype and the functions operating on it in the preceding synopsis are placeholders for a set of classes and functions. Throughout the preceding synopsis, atomic_itype should be replaced by each of the class names in Table 142 and integral should be replaced by the integral type corresponding to the class name. Table 143 shows typedefs to atomic integral classes and the corresponding <cstdint> typedefs.

[ 2010-10-27 Daniel adds: ]

Accepting n3164 would solve this issue.

[ 2010-11 Batavia ]

Resolved by adopting n3193.

Proposed resolution:

Solved by n3193.