Subject: Re: [boost] A possible date for dropping c++03 support
From: Peter Dimov (lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-08-27 22:59:03
Tom Kent wrote:
> To confuse the problem even more, just like other compilers, there is no
> version that can easily be pointed to as having full C++11 compatibility.
> 2015 is probably the closest, but still has a few missing features:
> Actually, just one "Expression SFINAE".
> However, for some uses even VS2010 might have sufficient C++11
> support...if all you need is auto and shared_ptr.
2013 is, well, good enough for mp11. Pre-2013, no variadic templates, hard
to call it C++11. 2013 doesn't have noexcept though.