On Saturday 27 July 2013, Allan Sandfeld Jensen wrote: > On Friday 26 July 2013, Anders Carlsson wrote: > > Hi everyone, > > > > when Oliver landed his “let’s break everything” patches in JSC the other > > day, I noticed that some of the follow-up build fixes by other ports were > > removing use of C++11 features (mainly nullptr). > > > > Are there any ports that aren’t building as C++11? If so, why not? > > Yes, and because C++11 is not supported on all the platforms we support. We > don't all have the option to not care about the platforms of a certain > fruit themed vendor's 1 or 2 year old operating systems. > I apologize for that comment. It was not meant seriously, and is much more antagonizing than funny, so please forget I ever wrote that.
On a serious note, we have nothing blocking activating C++11 in the Qt port of WebKit. I prepared WTF and WebCore for C++11 with GCC months ago, and we dropped support for platforms where it isn't available from support when C++11 became required in WebKit2. The only fallout will likely be the loss of the Qt MIPS bot which is maintained by a third party and is too old. Regards `Allan _______________________________________________ webkit-dev mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.webkit.org/mailman/listinfo/webkit-dev