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MISRA C++ new version
#1
Is MISRA going to release a new version for C++14 anytime soon?
If so, what does the timeline look like and when it's going to be made available to public?
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#2
+1.

In addition to C++14 what about C++11? Is there a plan to support this anytime soon.
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#3
I would like to upvote this question too. We are also hearing rumors that https://www.autosar.org/fileadmin/user_u...elines.pdf might get merged into MISRA C++ checker.

Any updates?
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#4
Its being worked on at the moment, to include C++17 (so by default C++14 & C++11) sine die.

A draft for public comment will be made available before publication
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the MISRA C++ Working Group
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#5
Is there an updated status that can be shared regarding support for later versions of C++?
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#6
Hi
are there any news about the new MISRA-C++ version?
at least any planning that can be shared ?
many thanks
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#7
Hi

I'm also interested in the new version of MISRA C++(maybe MISRA 2020, with the support of AUTOSAR), when will it be ready to public? thanks
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#8
We are pleased to announce we are now getting underway with the public review of the next version of MISRA C++.

The new version of MISRA C++ will integrate the AUTOSAR C++:14 guidelines as well as supporting more recent versions of the C++ language.

Unlike previous reviews where we have circulated a complete draft document for comment, we will be releasing sections of rules for review as they have been completed by the working group, which will help speed up the process of finalizing the next version of MISRA C++.

We are now inviting people who would like to be involved in the review process to register their interest; you can do this via this online form Reviewer sign-up form.

Please note we may not be able to accept all review applications; we will be in touch in early 2022 with next steps so once you have submitted the form you do not need to contact us further.
Dr David Ward
MISRA Project Manager
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