Subject: Re: [boost] Should the clang, c++11 and libstdc++ configuration supported?
From: Daniel James (dnljms_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-11-17 10:36:44
On 17 November 2012 15:25, Vicente J. Botet Escriba
> Le 17/11/12 15:52, Daniel James a écrit :
>> This is only an issue with older versions of libstdc++ in C++11 mode,
>> so I don't think it's a common problem. I only came across it in
>> Boost.Test because I was trying to recreate an error people were
>> seeing. For normal development, I'd never do it.
> So IIUC, the config clang + -std=c++0x/c++11 + gcc non c++11 supporting
> library is not a usual case, and so should not be supported.
No, I just don't think it's common, so it isn't essential. But it's
certainly nice to support it - I do. I don't have any real data on how
common it is, and the same issue might pop up elsewhere, so it's hard
to tell just how important it is, or isn't.
> Every time I've installed clang on MacOs it uses a standard library
> non-supporting c++11. I though that was a know issue.
Yes, I mentioned that in another mail. Apple doesn't support gcc
versions after 4.2, so the default libstdc++ is an old one. I just
imagine that anyone who wants to use clang for c++11 development on a
mac with Snow Leopard or later will install libc++, or just use a
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