Safety-critical C++ code is commonly developed according to the MISRA coding standard — using C++03. But you want to move to modern C++...
What Is Modern C++?
Modern C++ refers to C++11, C++14, and C++17. And you not-so-secretly long to adopt modern C++.
To do so, you’ll need a different coding standard. MISRA doesn’t support modern C++ versions.
The new coding standard from AUTOSAR could be the answer.
How to Move from C++03 to C++14
In this white paper, you’ll learn:
- How AUTOSAR differs from MISRA (and other coding standards).
- Whether your team should adopt AUTOSAR for modern C++.
- How to transition from one coding standard to another.