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Re: Issue 5628: fix warnings compiling flower unit tests (issue 54532004

From: jonas . hahnfeld
Subject: Re: Issue 5628: fix warnings compiling flower unit tests (issue 545320043 by address@hidden)
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2019 23:17:30 -0800

On 2019/12/10 22:28:46, Dan Eble wrote:
On 2019/12/10 21:28:14, hahnjo wrote:
> Just curious, what would it take to just go to C++11 and unique_ptr?

I don't know if the compiler that GUB uses properly supports C++11,
and I'm not yet interested in spending my own time to investigate.

GUB builds GCC 4.9.4 which is fine for C++11. I'm not sure what the
cross-compiler for macOS supports (and I really dislike how GUB for
macOS blocks progress in a few important points...)

I would fully support "someone" finding out which version of g++
fully supports C++14 without any known issues, upgrading GUB
to use it (if necessary), and then making it a requirement.

Is there a major benefit from using C++14? Not saying that I wouldn't be
in favor, but if we can get C++11 for free...

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