Will there be a C++11 version of the C++ and/or STL Pocket Reference?

Will the C++ Pocket Reference and STL Pocket Reference see an update for C++11, and if so, will they still be separate books?
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  • Hello Pyrrha,

    Thank you for your interest in the C++ Pocket Reference and the STL Pocket Reference. At this time it doesn't appear as if these titles will be updated for C++11. Sorry I didn't have better news for you.

    Kind regards,
    Paul Fichera
    Customer Service Representative
    O'Reilly Media
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    Hello!

    I've used the O'Reilly Pocket Reference books in the past and always found them very useful companions. I've recently started doing more C++ development and thought a Pocket Reference on the subject would be very handy.

    However, I was extremely disappointed to discover that the only edition of your C++ Pocket Reference available was first published in 2003, making it potentially very dated indeed.

    As there have since been three further revisions to the C++ standard, I think it's definitely due a rewrite. Please can you get a C++14 edition of this and the STL Pocket Reference in your development pipeline soon? I'm sure many people would appreciate it.

    Kind regards,

    David
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