Re: Compiling and options

On Mon, 2016-04-18 at 19:57 +0200, Murray Cumming wrote:
On debian, it's actually coming from the libsigc++ pkg-config file,
I think you'll find when you do this:
$ pkg-config sigc++-2.0 --cflag

They have done this against our wishes:

This has been marked as "resolved wontfix" so clearly they are telling
everyone already using C++14 and C++17 to "shut up and put up", which I
guess is not untypical.

Currently, using SCons, I can edit the -std=c++11 out and add my own
-std=c++14, but using CMake things are far more awkward.

This is very much a distro-specific problem that you should complain
your distro about. Sorry. I am annoyed with them, not with you.
for letting me know.

I will add a bug to the Debian archive. It seems Fedora already work
around this somehow.

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