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Re: [sc-dev] c++11 in sc

>>> >> I guess the crucial question is whether it would make life hard for
>>> >> any mac folks.
>> > 
>> > i've asked the llvm people on irc, who mentioned that for 10.6 we might
>> > have to ship our own libc++, for >=10.7 they should be fine ... but
>> > there is always 3.6, which will run on older versions ... however
>> > building libc++ doesn't seem to be hard [1] ... in a way, i doubt that
>> > apple updates their toolchain for 10.6, as of course they have an
>> > interest that people buy their newest kitten ...
>> > 
>> > otoh, it really simplifies a lot of code as we can throw away a lot of
>> > platform-specific code ...
> personally i'd be interested in 10.6 compatibility, so if it works with a custom libc++ that would be great. i'm in favor of c++11 for a cleaner codebase.

enough interest in providing a libc++ binary for 10.6 despite the risk
of blackrain sending you homophobic hate mails?

> btw, is there a good intro to the new standard?

not sure, maybe the wikipedia entry on c++11?


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