31 May, 2015
Stephan T. Lavavej has published an updated table detailing the C++11/14/17 support in VC++ 2015 RC.
Already quite a few C++17 features are included.
Read it here.
June 1, 2015 @ 12:29 am
I love the FAQ:
> Q. It’s 2015, why haven’t you finished C++11 yet?
Let me fix that for STL:
> Q “It’s 2015, why haven’t you finished C++98 yet?
So yeah, it’s 2015, there is just no excuse for two phase lookup: clang, gcc, nvcc, pgi, cray, intel, and even the ibm compiler implement it.
All the C++17 goodies are nice, but they are worthless if you cannot use already existing and old C++98 libraries on Windows…
I can only but say: shame on you Microsoft.
June 1, 2015 @ 7:47 am
Can you give examples of old C++98 libraries that VC++ cannot compile?
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