Tag / Microsoft Visual C++

  • August 18, 2015 - Daniel Kolesa

    Introduction to C++11 Toolchains

    This article is part 1 of a 4 part series on the benefits of the C++11 revision of the C++ programming language The C++11 standard has been with us for quite a while, but it hasn’t yet gained traction as significantly as one might expect. It’s a shame as there are many reasons to utilize C++11 features, and the toolchain support is pretty good, especially on Unix-like systems with Windows finally catching up. I decided to write a series of articles to advertise the benefits of C++11 and provide an explanation of some of the new features. I found various resources on the web that are quite misleading, so I feel it is important to clarify some things. This article will focus on three of the popular toolchains used for compiling C++ programs. Toolchain Coverage C++11 toolchain support seems to be pretty good. These are the main three compilers most […]

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