Date: 2020-12-30 12:20:52
Boost.Math has a documented minimum requirement of C++11 (but many library functions, distributions etc still work with C++03, and some new library items require C++17, and some are likely to require C++20 very soon).
I'm sorry that this doesn't fit neatly into your schema â¹
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Boost <boost-bounces_at_[hidden]> On Behalf Of Edward Diener via Boost
> Sent: 30 December 2020 04:23
> To: boost_at_[hidden]
> Cc: Edward Diener <eldiener_at_[hidden]>
> Subject: [boost] C++11 on up Boost libraries
> In my effort to set the meta information of 'cxxstd' for the appropriate
> C++11 on up libraries, my PRs for these libraries have been kindly
> merged to 'develop' by the library maintainers:
> If anyone knows of any other current library which is a C++11 on up
> library, please tell me. My testing showed that all other Boost
> libraries will work in C++03 mode, but maybe I missed some other library
> which is a C++11 on up library.
> Needless to say other libraries have noted their attention to move from
> C++03 to C++11 in the near future. If any library does change the C++
> mode necessary to use that library, I hope the maintainer(s) of that
> library will update the 'cxxstd' meta information appropriately.
> If we can get the website to work properly using the 'cxxstd' meta
> information, end-users should be able to know immediately whether a
> Boost library is usable depending on the C++ standard mode their are using.
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