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Re: cannot compile <future> with gcc 4.6

"James K. Lowden" <> wrote:
> C++11 expands the standard C++ library.  There are two free
> implementations, clang and GNU.  Neither can be fully implemented on
> NetBSD.  In both cases -- locales and threads -- the missing features
> were defined by POSIX many years ago.  For a C++ developer, NetBSD
> isn't ailing; it's already obsolete.  

NetBSD has a very decent implementation of POSIX threads since 5.0
release.  There are few known missing features, but I doubt they are
particularly important for C++.

So, can you ground your position about threads?  Can you point us to
the PRs or, if missing, file them?



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