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Just in case people have not noticed this yet, I would like to bring your attention to the fact that the design specification for STL/CLR is available online for everyone on MSDN site. Here is the direct link to it:
You may also find other specifications for features that are coming out in the next version of Visual Studio codename-Orcas here:
It is also redirecting from this page so you have a choice which link to remember
I would like to briefly comment on this version of the specification:
Please take a look on the specification and try using STL/CLR in your daily coding. Any feedback on design and implementation is greatly appreciated. You may open suggestions on Connect site, or leave comments here or email using Contact form on the blog. The team and I will try to address any questions as soon as possible.
At this point we are also only using Orcas version of the specification and keep link to the original document to references original ideas and history of the feature.