Thanks Andy!

> With respect to Windows, Visual Studio 2017 (MSVC 1910) supports C++14,
> and it's already our minimum required version. See
> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/visual-cpp-language-conformance for
> more details. Also, we run with `/permissive-`, which disables
> non-conforming constructs.
>

This is awesome. Didn't know we compile with `/permissive-`.

But a heads up: the default GCC packages on some distributions are 4.x
> (I believe CentOS 7 is still 4.8, and Debian 8 is 4.9), so we'll need to
> update our getting started instructions to explicitly install GCC 5+.
>

Yep. As mentioned in MESOS-7949
<https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MESOS-7949>, the investigation for
this has been done
in this spreadsheet
<https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ocQ19Uv1d8wdb-QL4fDRAiQ12gPQwL3cIAzuV0csYwM>
.

Thanks,
>
> Andy
>
> On 02/09/2018 9:28 pm, Michael Park wrote:
> > I'm going to put this up for a vote. My plan is to bump us to C++14 on
> > Feb
> > 21.
> >
> > The following are the proposed changes:
> >   - Minimum GCC *4.8.1* => *5*.
> >   - Minimum Clang *3.5* => *3.6*.
> >   - Minimum Apple Clang *8* => *9*.
> >
> > We'll have a standard voting, at least 3 binding votes, and no -1s.
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > MPark
>

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