プログラミング言語C++標準規格におけるC標準ヘッダ（<stdlib.h> や <stdio.h> など）の扱いについて。
The basic C library headers are an essential compatibility feature, and not going anywhere anytime soon. However, there are certain C++ specific counterparts that do not bring value, particularly where the corresponding C header's job is to supply macros that masquerade as keywords already present in the C++ language.
One possibility to be more aggressive here, following the decision to not adopt all C11 headers as part of the C++ mapping to C, would be to remove those same C headers from the subset that must be shipped with a C++ compiler. This would not prevent those headers being supplied, as part of a full C implementation, but would indicate that they have no value to a C++ system.
Finally, it seems clear that the C headers will be retained essentially forever, as a vital compatibility layer with C and POSIX. It may be worth undeprecating the headers, and finding a home for them as a compatibility layer in the main standard. It is also possible that we will want to explore a different approach in the future once modules are part of C++, and the library is updated to properly take advantage of the new language feature. Therefore, we make no recommendation to undeprecate these headers for C++20, but will keep looking into this space for C++23.
strong recommendation: Undeprecate the remaining [depr.c.headers] and move it directly into 188.8.131.52 [res.on.headers].