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Update notes regarding C++14 support

4a92919 introduced C++14 support.
The build will now terminate unless the compiler supports C++14
dialect. The documentation does not reflect that: this commit updates
few reference files to actually say that the building process requires
a C++14-compliant compiler.
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kirillbobyrev authored and pbeckingham committed Mar 7, 2018
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@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@

## Satisfy the Requirements:
* CMake 3.0 or later
* gcc 5.0 or later, clang 3.4 or later, or a compiler with full C++11 support
* gcc 5.0 or later, clang 3.4 or later, or a compiler with full C++14 support
* libuuid (if not on macOS)
* gnutls (optional)
* python 2.7 or 3 (optional, for running the test suite)
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ from source. More information on CMake can be obtained at https://cmake.org
You will also need:
- make

You will need a C++ compiler that supports full C++11, which includes:
You will need a C++ compiler that supports full C++14, which includes:
- gcc 5.0 (released 2013-12-23)
- clang 3.4 (released 2014-01-02)

@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ There are many binary packages available, but to install from source requires:
* git
* cmake
* make
* C++ compiler, currently gcc 5.0+ or clang 3.4+ for full C++11 support
* C++ compiler, currently gcc 5.0+ or clang 3.4+ for full C++14 support

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