On 13/04/2018 16:49, Nathan Froyd wrote:
> I lean towards the former here.  I think the former is more common in
> the code I've seen, but apparently the latter is "preferred C++" or
> something?

Yes, let's have a solid rationale if we're doing sweeping changes of
this sort. Blindly following the "C++ flavor du jour" is going to lead
to a lot of unnecessary churn.

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