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Re: U++ compiles under GCC 4.9.1-2 with argument -std=c++11 are failing. [message #43790 is a reply to message #43786] Sun, 12 October 2014 17:21 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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Thanks for the reply, I'm amazed at how fast you guys respond to issues!
It seems as if the Ultimate++ framework and its' developers deserve a lot more attention than you're currently getting. I would love to see it used more widely; the quality and ingenuity of the code by itself warrants it. U++ Core by itself is HUGE... I don't think anything except Boost has quite the same number of features included within one library; XML and JSON IO, SKYLARK, the NTL... and all those other things that I forgot. To say the least, I'm impressed.

Oh, BTW... does the IDE have a feature allowing me to compile some things as C++11 and some as C++03 within the same package?
That would help with integrating libraries that aren't wholly compatible with C++11. I'm willing to attempt to work on such a feature if said feature does not exist, and if said feature would even be desirable.
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