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[farmshare-discuss] c++ 11 support with farmshare g++
jerry at cs.stanford.edu
Thu Mar 21 11:13:51 PDT 2013
I happen to be doing a lot of development against g++ 4.6 on the myths, and it has support for threads <thread>, <mutex>, etc. (implemented in terms of pthreads), and blocks/closures. Are they other features you're curious about? I feel like threads and closures are some of the more heavyweight additions.
On Mar 21, 2013, at 10:59 AM, Adam Seishas <aseishas at stanford.edu> wrote:
g++ 4.6.3 and clang++ 3 are installed on FarmShare systems and both contain some support for c++11 language features (support in g++ is still experimental):
I’m not sure what library support for c++11 is currently available on FarmShare, however. libstdc++-v3 (4.6.3-1ubuntu5) is installed. libc++ is a potential alternative, but is not installed and would have to be built privately:
It might be possible to have this, or a more recent version of libboost than is currently installed (1.46), built and installed centrally in /mnt/glusterfs if there’s interest. Jason might be able to comment on that possibility, or you can make a request by writing to research-computing-support at stanford.edu.
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On Mar 20, 2013, at 8:17 PM, Forest Olaf Peterson <granite at stanford.edu> wrote:
> I posted a question about boost libraries - after some reading, c++ 11 has similar features as boost thread library, sidestepping the complicated boost library setup and avoiding the "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 bug with boost thread libraries" noted by Karl. Is the g++ on farmshare compatible with c++ 11?
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