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Re: cannot compile <future> with gcc 4.6

On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 12:37:13PM -0400, James K. Lowden wrote:
> Someone may ask how all this becomes a "need".  If I want to work with
> this project, it's going to be in C++ and sooner or later that will
> mean C++11.  Some of it is threaded, and <future> is both technically
> well thought out and, mostly, portable.  Except on operating systems
> that don't support it.  :-(

So I'm trying to see through the buzzword blizzard here.  The gist of
it is that "sooner or later" "C++ will mean C++11", that there is
"tremendous work going on in [other projects] to support it", but
NetBSD is an "ailing OS" because it doesn't have all the C++11
features you want now?


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