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Thread: LLVM's libc++ Now Has Full C++1Y Support

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    Default LLVM's libc++ Now Has Full C++1Y Support

    Phoronix: LLVM's libc++ Now Has Full C++1Y Support

    LLVM's libc++ standard library alternative to the GNU's libstdc++ now has full support for the forthcoming C++1y standard...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ2NzQ

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    That was fast. Maybe I will play with LLVM on my next project.

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    I read that UTF string support in C++11 is horrible, anyone knows if it's any better in C++1Y?

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    What about the progress in libstdc++?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaodan View Post
    What about the progress in libstdc++?
    What about it? I'm sure if you check out GCC GNU Project you can find your answers. I'm also sure that Phoronix will have an article once it is ready.

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    "If you're a researcher on this book thing and you were on Earth, you must have been gathering material on it."
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