MISRA has now set a [link=http://www.misra.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=181&t=795&sid=805a3ba29e81514e626fff761eb94fd7]release
date[/link] for MISRA C++.
For those who don't know about MISRA, it is an organization created by the automotive industry in the UK. Any serious C programmer working with systems that safety-critical and/or have real-time performance, or anyone who simply want to enforce that the code written by their company is somewhat sane, bug free and portable has been using the industry standard [link=http://www.misra-c2.com/intro.htm]MISRA
C[/link] for over ten years now. It was created for the automotive industry for safety-critical applications, but the rules it contains is applicable to any C program. And now there will also be a MISRA standard supporting C++.
If you work as a professional programmer who knows the standards well, and want to enforce stricter programming rules for your company, MISRA C and MISRA C++ are definitely worth checking out. One can buy the MISRA C pdf from their site for around $20, so I assume the C++ one will end up in the same price range.