C++11 no longer experimental

Jonathan Wakely jwakely.gcc@gmail.com
Sun Oct 30 14:50:00 GMT 2011


On 30 October 2011 13:14, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> @@ -9,11 +9,11 @@
>  </head>
>
>  <body>
> -  <h1>C++0x Support in GCC</h1>
> +  <h1>C++0x/C++11 Support in GCC</h1>
>
> -  <p>C++0x is the working name of the next ISO C++ standard, due by
> -  the end of this decade, which introduces a host of new features into
> -  the standard C++ language and library. This project seeks to
> +  <p>C++0x was the working name of a new ISO C++ standard, which then
> +  was released in 2011 as C++11 and introduces a host of new features
> +  into the standard C++ language and library. This project seeks to
>   implement new C++0x features in GCC and to make it one of the first
>   compilers to bring C++0x to C++ programmers.</p>

Just a small point of style:  I think "which was then released" reads
a bit more naturally than "which then was released"



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