On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 2:02:45 PM UTC-5, Bernard Teo wrote:
> On Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 7:03:57 PM UTC+8, meir wrote:
> > As we are forced to run on Google servers will common libraries be made
> > available?
> > For instance in Java I would like&expect guava collections and
> > appache-commons-*
> > Also, I was thinking other JVM languages could be sort of supported by
> > adding their library in and having contestants "compile" their code into
> > Java. (Though it may not come out readable we can request the original be
> > added in a comment). This will allow easily supporting a bunch of other JVM
> > languages with the only cost being a few more jars on the class path.
> > I assume also C++ users may want Boost, and presumably there is some 80/20
> > library coverage for other languages as well. Using just the core language
> > SDK seems no fun and pointless.
> Boost is rather huge, and there are a number of libraries there that probably
> won't be very useful in Code Jam (e.g. Boost.Asio, Boost.System). Personally
> I don't use Boost for previous years' Code Jam rounds, but some of the
> template-heavy algorithm libraries might help, such as the stuff in
> However, for C++, it would be good if the -std=c++17 flag can be used instead
> of -std=c++11, even though GCC/libstdc++ is not C++17 feature-complete. It
> can be quite annoying when standard C++ code that compiles on GCC on my
> computer doesn't compile on the server.
I checked the FAQ today and it seems like they now enable -std=c++14. That's
better than c++11 and I don't think they would enable 17 since the compiler
they use is not 17 feature-complete.
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