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From: John Maddock (jz.maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-01-04 09:38:16

>> 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 ☹
>> Paul
> I am curious, which parts of Boost.Math have a minimum requirement of C++17 or later? I could not tell from a quick glance at the github page or the docs... Can a math library consisting mostly of functions and algorithms not be written in a way to have a minimum requirement of C++11 and optionally support later standards?

Sometimes it gets difficult, so we do permit later than C++11
requirements for new submissions if there's a compelling reason.

And yes, we should add some larger notes to the docs, but C++17
components include:

Lanczos smoothing:

Empiracal cumulative distribution function:

Daubechies wavelets:

Signal statistics:

Univariate statistics:

Centered continued fraction:

Condition numbers:

Luroth expansion:


HTH, John.

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