Phoronix: LLVM/Clang Already Working On C++1y/C++14
Phoronix was first to report on Friday that LLVM's Clang compiler is now C++11 feature complete. The LLVM developers have today confirmed this information and talked about future C++ support too...
From GCC 4.8 Changelog :Just an FYI...G++ now supports a -std=c++1y option for experimentation with features proposed for the next revision of the standard, expected around 2017. Currently the only difference from -std=c++11 is support for return type deduction in normal functions, as proposed in N3386.
edit : GCC already supports binary litterals, although ATM as a GNU extension, with which AFAIK LLVM is compatible.
Last edited by Serafean; 04-21-2013 at 05:49 PM.
It's somewhat annoying that GCC and Clang use C++1y to refer to two different standard versions. C++14 is intended to be pretty light, having only features that can be completed by next year. It'll include some language updates, hence it's more than a TR, but many important-ish library updates won't land in time for C++14 and will be in a separate TR so they're available before C++17. C++17 will hopefully include final versions of most of the papers being discussed now, including those that just can't be vetted in time for C++14.
From the looks of the status page Clang is already plugging away at the next set of extensions to be added in trunk.