Re: Are any compiler vendors attempting to produce a C11 compiler?
In article <email@example.com>,
> On Tue, 2012-07-10, Dann Corbit wrote:
> > Since C99 support was spotty at best, with even the biggest compiler
> > vendors putting very little effort into such a thing, I wonder if C11 is
> > a paper-only, hypothetical standard or are there actual compiler vendors
> > interested in making a functional C11 compiler.
> Gcc 4.7 has a -std=c11 flag, so I guess the answers are "no" and "yes".
How much of the grammar of C11 do they support? Do they also cover the
optional features? Do they support the new threading nomenclature?
I have had some problems trying to get the 4.7 version to work properly
to create 64 bit Windows binaries, so I am not currently using that