Re: std::auto_ptr deprecation warning in libstdc++ 5.1

2015-06-24 9:27 GMT+02:00 Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com>:
On Fri, 2015-05-08 at 15:29 +0200, Krzesimir Nowak wrote:
2015-05-06 21:44 GMT+02:00 Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com>:
Yet this page still says
"Important: GCC's support for C++11 is still experimental."

However, the following sentence suggest that the page might be out
date, given that the final C++11 standard has happened: "Some
were implemented based on early proposals, and no attempt will be
to maintain backward compatibility when they are updated to match
final C++11 standard."

On the other hand, that page still seems to be the official place to
find out about g++'s C++1 support. So I remain confused.

I asked on gcc mailing list about it - gcc folks want to have C++11 as
a default dialect in gcc 6, so I suppose that C++11 has full support
already. Maybe my question will prod them to update the gcc manual
about supported language standards.

Please see

I don't see any reply to your question. So I'm still stuck with wanting
to use C++11 but having a big official warning telling me not to.

I probably joined this mailing list thread a bit too late for anyone
to pay attention. But I asked about this on #gcc channel and they told
me that c++11 is officially supported in gcc5, but the manual is
outdated. But well, that's IRC - there are no official logs containing
my question, no pics, it didn't happen. I can only paste a fragment
from the channel (where "jakub" is Jakub Jelínek, one of gcc

Irfy: he feels the support is still too experimental and not yet
real-world tested enough
krnowak: Irfy: Documentation is still saying that c++11 is
experimental in gcc 5.1.
Irfy: really? i thought i came across the wording "full support for
c++11" in the release notes?
Irfy: but under 'Runtime
Library (libstdc++)"
krnowak: Irfy:
and to go point 2.2 (C++ language).
krnowak: It's probably outdated, dunno.
krnowak: As it doesn't mention C++14 at all.
jakub: c++11 is not experimental in gcc 5.1, indeed, that Standards
section of the docs is outdated

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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