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John_B_6
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C++11 changes in Intel 13.1.0

With Intel C++ 13.1  in 2013 update 2, are there any further changes with C++11 compliance as compared with update 1 and the initial release?

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TimP
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Please compare release notes:

 Features from C++11 (/Qstd:c++0x)
o Additional type traits
o Uniform initialization
o Generalized constant expressions (partial support)
o noexcept
o Range based for loops
o Conversions of lambdas to function pointers
o Implicit move constructors and move assignment operators

John_B_6
Beginner
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The list is the same from the initial release readme. The current readme does not seem to address the 13.1 version of the compiler

TimP
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A reported bug in implementation of constexpr has been fixed.

SergeyKostrov
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>>...A reported bug in implementation of constexpr has been fixed... Hi Tim, It looks like a for a different thread...
TimP
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I wasn't referring to the case reported on this forum; thanks for pointing that out.  Maybe someone could check that case.

JenniferJ
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no, there is no new C++11 features in the update2.

All the supported C++11 features are listed here: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/c0x-features-supported-by-intel-c-compiler 

Jennifer

John_B_6
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Thank you, that was what I was trying to figure out

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