[PATCH] C++1y is now C++14

Richard Smith richard at metafoo.co.uk
Tue Aug 19 08:47:13 PDT 2014

LGTM, thanks!

It looks like you didn't add -std=gnu++14. Is there a reason for that? It
seems useful, even if GCC doesn't support it yet.

Also, I spied a CXX1YCOMPAT macro in one of the tests you updated :)
On 19 Aug 2014 08:36, "Aaron Ballman" <aaron at aaronballman.com> wrote:

> This patch moves us forward so we can use -std=c++14 instead of
> -std=c++1y. It similarly fixes up the diagnostic options, and changes
> the identifiers away from 1y. While it looks big, it's mostly changing
> identifiers, updating diagnostic text, and fixing tests to
> accommodate.
> ~Aaron
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