Github user alanconway commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: CMakeLists.txt ---
    @@ -20,16 +20,15 @@ cmake_minimum_required (VERSION 2.6)
     project (Proton C)
    +# Enable C++ now for examples and bindings subdirectories, but make it 
    +enable_language(CXX OPTIONAL)
    --- End diff --
    enable_language(CXX OPTIONAL) enables cmake support for C++ if it is 
available. I had to move it up from proton-c because CMake requires you do this 
above any subdirs that will use it (now examples and proton-c). The next block 
just decides whether or not to use C++ for building proton. The C++ binding is 
default enabled if C++ is available (checks CXX_COMPILER), and can explicitly 
enabled/disabled with BUILD_CPP like all other bindings.

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