Subject: Re: [boost] first Visual Studio 2010 CTP is out, c++0x
From: Mathias Gaunard (mathias.gaunard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-29 20:34:33
Cory Nelson wrote:
> In case anyone missed it, a VS10 CTP is out with partial 0x support
> (lambda, rvalue, static assert, and "auto"), better intellisense,
> and a modern c++ parallel library.
Does it require a special mode to be set (such as std=c++0x for GCC) or
are all these features available by default?
If it does require a special mode, are some features still accessible in
default, C++03, mode?
By the way, decltype is available in C++03 in GCC through
"__decltype__", but the boost macros only detect the C++0x mode "decltype".
Shouldn't those macros be improved to allow accessing those features
even in normal C++03 mode?
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