C++ Compiler 14.0 Beta C++11 support...

C++ Compiler 14.0 Beta C++11 support...

According to this page:

http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/c0x-features-supported-by-intel...

Delegating constructors are support but this does not compiles.

[code]

class X {

int a;

public: X(int x) { a=x; }

X() : X(42) { }

X(std::string s) : X(s.size()) { }

};

[/code]

Rvalue references for *this

[code]

class Y {

void h() &;

void h() const &; // OK

void h() &&;      // OK, all declarations h() have a ref-qualifier  

void i() &;

//void i() const;   // ill-formed, prior declaration i() has a ref-qualifier

};

[/code]

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Your beta license gave you access to a premier.intel.com support account, which according to terms of beta test is to be used for problem reports.

OK,

then please delte this thread.

I would like to know the packaging of swf files by using c++ compilers or HTML 5, and second part of my query is that , How it is done with microsoft visual studio 2010, please comment

Chief Executive Officer

 

(1) Delegating constructors were added to the 14.0 compiler on 6/10 so you probably don't yet have a 14.0 version that supports them.

(2) This example uses ref qualifiers on member functions, which are not supported in 14.0.

Judy

>>...and second part of my query is that , How it is done with microsoft visual studio 2010...

Microsoft software engineers at www.microsoft.com will be glad to explain it. Please follow.

This is slightly off-topic, but:

How can I get access to the C++ Compiler 14.0 Beta / Release Candidate (Linux, also Windows if possible) for evaluation?

Sincerely, Dr Leonid Timochouk

>>...How can I get access to the C++ Compiler 14.0 Beta / Release Candidate (Linux, also Windows if possible) for evaluation?

Take a look at:

Intel(R) Composer XE 2013 SP1 Beta has begun
http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/392100

for more details about testing that version. Also, I'm not sure that new testers are still accepted and try to contact Intel Premier Support.

I got a notice that the beta program was closed.  The current 13.1 released compiler is more up to date in some respects.

Many thanks, downloading 2013 SP1 now -- I was still accepted.

Yet, the latest build of 13 SP1 is of May 29, and the post from Judith Ward says that new C++11 features were added to 14 beta in June -- do these two branches exist concurrently?

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