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Thiago Macieira thiago at
Thu Jun 28 21:01:34 BST 2012

On quinta-feira, 28 de junho de 2012 15.34.31, Scott Kitterman wrote:
> It's probably worth mentioning that there are issues in GCC 4.7 with mixing 
> C++98 and C++11 code on one system.  Here's the best discussion of it I
> could find:
> I don't pretend to understand all that, so I'm unlikely to be a good source
> of  further answers, but this isn't just theoretical.  There are some
> projects in Ubuntu that were making a lot of use of C++11 features and they
> stepped all over this once Ubuntu moved to GCC 4.7 (which is standard in
> the current development release).
> Scott K

We don't care. Qt code does not use the Standard Library for anything.

During the discussion last year, we were almost about to permit it again. But 
I guess that we'll have to keep the ban on it for another 5 years now.

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