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We should select a C++ std too #372

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FiloSpaTeam opened this issue Apr 26, 2018 · 5 comments
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We should select a C++ std too #372

FiloSpaTeam opened this issue Apr 26, 2018 · 5 comments

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@FiloSpaTeam FiloSpaTeam commented Apr 26, 2018

C++ 11/14/17 ... 馃憤

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@annejan annejan commented Apr 26, 2018

The only hinderance is upstream compatibility (older linux distributions).

But that should not stop us in my opinion.

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@FiloSpaTeam FiloSpaTeam commented Apr 26, 2018

No, certainly.
We can always use preprocessor definitions to support something. But i think some standards are important too nowdays 馃榾

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@FiloSpaTeam FiloSpaTeam commented May 4, 2018

I ve seen in .pro thst we support c+11 so we can use this one i think?

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@jounathaen jounathaen commented Aug 14, 2018

I guess c++11 is widely supported.
This discussion lists the common Linux distros which have c++11 support: icecc/icecream#353 and that's representing almost every available Linux Distro.
I guess on Win and Mac there is also c++11 widespread.

As far as I heard of, c++14 was not such a big thing, so I think it is not a necessary dependency. (Haven't used these features myself).

My suggestion: C++11 and closing this issue :-D

@annejan annejan closed this Aug 15, 2018
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@annejan annejan commented Oct 24, 2018

Check out #425 for some semi-automated cleanup . .

This will probably break on some older linux distro's . .

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