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The Prague meeting

Blog Post, was published by Lars Marius Garshol at 2009-04-02

The task of the meeting was to give TMCL-draft a shape that comes near the final specification.

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The ISO SC34 meeting in Prague was a big affair with five different working groups and many attendees. Working group 3 had a lower attendance than usual (for a number of reasons), and perhaps for that very reason had a highly productive three days focusing on TMCL. The status before the meeting was that we have a quite loose draft that shows in rough outline the intended functionality of the language and gives a good indication of the way it’s intended to be specified. The task of the meeting was to process this to the point where the editors could write something quite close to the final specification. I’m happy to say I think that’s what we did.

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