Standards version switches in the compiler page has the following text:
The /std:c++14 switch enables the set of C++14 features implemented by the Visual C++ compiler, modulo conformance bug fixes and ongoing feature work (such as for constexpr, expression SFINAE, 2-phase name lookup, etc.)
I treated this text as: "/std:c++14 switch enables some set of C++14 features, including bug fixes and changes made for constexpr, expression SFINAE, 2-phase name lookup, etc". My practice has shown that I was wrong. In particular, "2-phase name lookup" isn't affected by
In a topic devoted to Visual C++ I got an explanation, that:
The wording you quoted means it enables C++14 features except for constexpr, expression SFINAE, 2-phase name lookup, etc., which are not yet implemented.
I neither could ask English language specific question in the programming topic, nor write a private message to the man.
Therefore, I asked my question here: why the first quote in this post means the second quote?