Each version of the C standard fully replaces the previous version of the standard. However, modern C implementations often support the ability for the user to specify which version of the C standard the implementation should use for compilation. To support such implementations, this is a list of the papers that WG14i believes are reasonable to apply to obsolete versions of C.
|N2829||Make assert() macro user friendly for C and C++ v2||C2x|
|N3016||Unicode Length Modifiers v3||C2x|
WG14 also tracks Clarification Requests that were made for specific versions of the C standard. These requests can be found on the projects page. The resolution to each clarification request applies to the standard version it was filed against. It may be reasonable to treat clarifications of the intent as also applying to obsolete versions of the standard at an implementation's disecretion, but the WG14 committee has no official position on whether any individual clarification request applies to an obsolete version of the standard at this time.
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