Subject: Re: [boost] [config][clang] Does <boost/config/compiler/clang.hpp> need updating?
From: Bryce Lelbach (admin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-02-02 16:46:24
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I believe I've got the de-facto role of clang (linux) maintainer.
Clang-linux C++0x support is very shaky (turning it on can break stdlib stuff)
unless you have a clang compiled GNU stdlib or libc++. Until Redhat-based and
Debian- based distros start shipping Clang with either 0.) clang-compiled GNU
stdlib or 1.) clang friendly stdlib, we should probably only try to use C++0x
support on Darwin. I need to investigate this more, though.
Hopefully there's a way to turn on C++0x support for clang by defining a macro,
without making the stdlib believe that clang supports C++0x.
Bryce Lelbach aka wash
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