Subject: Re: [boost] Intel on Win32 and C++0x support?
From: Keith Jeffery (Keith.Jeffery_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-01-25 18:32:59
The compiler does support some C++0x features. I successfully tried the three you mentioned with v12 in Visual Studio 2008. Since Intel does not ship their own standard library, however, to get the most out of the C++0x features, one should compile with Visual Studio 2010 (in which the standard library is more C++0x feature complete).
Here's Intel's list of features:
To enable the C++0x features, you have to compile with /Qstd=c++0x
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> On Behalf Of John Maddock
> Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 2:06 AM
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> Subject: [boost] Intel on Win32 and C++0x support?
> Can anyone with Intel on Win32 let me know whether the compiler supports
> C++0x features in default MSVC compatibility mode, in case it helps the
> Linux compiler appears to have:
> static_asserts v11 and later
> rvalue refs and delctype v12 and later
> but only when -std=c++0x is set.
> Thanks, John.
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