C++11 and "noexcept" keyword
svenbrauch at googlemail.com
Fri Apr 6 15:19:49 BST 2012
sounds cool! Patches are usually uploaded and reviewed at reviewboard.kde.org.
I'm sure it's possible to modify the DUChain accordingly, but I'm not
familiar with the C++ duchain code. You might want to ask in IRC or
wait for another answer on the list. :)
Am 6. April 2012 12:06 schrieb Ivan Shapovalov <intelfx100 at gmail.com>:
> I've just updated my GCC toolchain to 4.7.0 and noticed one nasty detail that
> makes KDev's auto-completion with STL nearly unusable.
> They now use a new C++11 keyword "noexcept" to mark some methods, which is not
> currently supported by KDevelop C++ parser.
> I have written initial support for "noexcept" specifier parsing (it is saved to
> If nobody had implemented it yet - what is the best way to upload patches?
> And, by the way - is it possible to semantically handle that specifier (so
> functions will be marked as "noexcept" in Quick Information), or DUChain is
> too abstract for this?
> Reference for "noexcept" specifier:
> Reference for "noexcept" operator:
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