[webkit-dev] WebKit, C++11, and Visual Studio 2013
benjamin at webkit.org
Fri Dec 6 15:24:01 PST 2013
That is awesome. Great work!
On 12/6/13, 2:53 PM, Brent Fulgham wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> We are working hard to move WebKit toward stronger adoption of C++11
> features, such as variadic templates, ranged for-loops, and initializer
> lists. Unfortunately, this effort has been hampered by the small subset
> of C++11 features available in Visual Studio 2010.
> You can get a feel for the level of C++11 support in the last few
> versions of Visual Studio here:
> With Visual Studio 2013, we finally have access to a compiler that
> supports the major C++11 features we need. Consequently, we intend to
> switch to VS2013 and begin taking advantage of these new language
> Over the next week we will be landed a series of source changes that
> allow WebKit to be built with VS2013, but will continue to build with
> VS2010 on our build machines. Next Friday, we plan to land project file
> changes to switch to the new compiler, and will simultaneously convert
> our build system to use VS2013 as well.
> Once the revised project files are landed, we will no longer be
> officially supporting Visual Studio 2010 as a compiler target.
> For those playing at home, you can track progress by following
> WebKit continues to build with the free “Visual Studio 2013 Express”
> software, so I do not anticipate that this change will block any
> external developers from running Windows builds.
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