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Re: Moving to C++11


On Thu, 26 Sep 2019, 05:10 Nicholas Krause, <xerofoify@gmail.com> wrote:
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> Greetings,
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> I asked about moving to C/C++ 11 as it would make it easier to
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> allow multithreading support due to having a memory model
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> alongside other features. Jason Merill mentioned due to it
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> being so common it may be a good  time to.
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> Moving to git seems to be universally agree on so I'm opening the discussion
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> for the same as related to C/C++11 migration and if possible opening
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> a TODO similar to git if decided on.
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> Please post your comments or ideas about the migration in response to this
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> email,



For a start, it doesn't make sense to talk about C/C++11.

C and C++ are separate languages, and so are C11 and C++11. There is
no reason why using C++11 should imply using C11, let's not confuse
things.

GCC is written in C++ so the topic should be C++11.


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