[gdal-dev] Call for discussion on RFC68: C++11 compilation mode
Manuel.Grizonnet at cnes.fr
Mon Aug 14 18:44:02 PDT 2017
just want to share with you that we've got the same discussion recently in the orfeo toolbox project and we finally decide to move directly to c++14 in the next release (6.2). It is a more recent standard with for sure less new features than in c++11 but yet useful. Moreover it does not change a lot the minimum compiler version (gcc min version is 4.9 I think for c++14).
Will be glad to exchange also with you on strategies, pro/cons to then modernize the code.
You can find more information about the discussion about c++11 vs c++14 and few experiments which have been made with clang-tidy for OTB in the following RFComments and RFChanges:
my 2 cents.
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De : gdal-dev [gdal-dev-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] de la part de Even Rouault [even.rouault at spatialys.com]
Envoyé : lundi 14 août 2017 19:02
À : Tamas Szekeres
Cc : gdal-dev at lists.osgeo.org
Objet : Re: [gdal-dev] Call for discussion on RFC68: C++11 compilation mode
Unless I'm mistaken your gisinternals.com builds don't include MSVC 2015 currently. Right ? Do you have any plans to do so ? Currently the GDAL AppVeyor target uses SDKSs from gisinternals to do builds with a number of third-party libraries.
> This is a call for discussion on RFC68 to set C++11 to be the minimum C++
> language version for GDAL trunk. I've drafted the RFC based on work by
> There was initial discussions back in January of this year:
> Engineer at Google
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