[lsb-discuss] LSB, GCC versions C++11 and libstdc++
rra at stanford.edu
Wed Feb 27 17:43:09 UTC 2013
"Dallman, John" <john.dallman at siemens.com> writes:
> RHEL7 is due out in 2H2013, as the first of the traditional enterprise
> distros to have GCC 4.7, and it's going to be important for LSB 5.0 to
> support that. I'd presume that SLES12, currently road-mapped for
> 2H2014, would also be supported? The others that are currently of
> interest to me are SLES11sp3, which has GCC 4.7.2 run-times and a GCC
> 4.7.2 as an additional compiler, and RHEL6, if there's a way to have it
> run C++11 code.
The latest stable Ubuntu (12.10) released with GCC 4.7 as the default.
Debian wheezy will also be releasing with GCC 4.7 as the default probably
(hopefully) before 2H2013. It's in release freeze now.
Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>
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