Subject: Re: [boost] [config] How to use on Mac with C++11 dialect?
From: Francisco L. Silva (oblita_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-01-17 13:21:27
Last time I've seen, clang could not support even lambda syntax, I don't
know for this case where the problem lies, but I've switched to GCC for
C++11 development... there's a lot lacking in Clang and libc++.
2012/1/17 John M. Dlugosz <mpbecey7gu_at_[hidden]>
> I've asked this on Boost-User and had no reply. Maybe someone here would
> Using the current Boost 1.48 and the current Clang for the Apple
> Macintosh, when the compiler is set to accept the C++11 dialect (that is,
> new "auto" usage, lambda functions, rvalue references, etc.) then Boost
> headers choke. So currently we can use either C++11 or Boost, but not both.
> I'm sure it's a matter of configuration, of telling Boost headers that the
> compiler is indeed supporting these constructs.
> Can someone please point out what needs to be done?
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