[Qt-creator] Planning Qt Creator 2.8 + 0.1
Eike.Ziller at digia.com
Fri Jun 14 08:57:10 CEST 2013
On 13.06.2013, at 17:35, Teske Daniel <Daniel.Teske at digia.com>
> Some important detail is, that Andre and me just realized:
> clang only supports c++11 with libc++.
> libc++ is only supported from 10.7.
> 10.6 is still widely used and we can't realistically drop support for that this year.
> Unless I'm mistaken, that stops us from using c++11 any time soon…
To clarify this a bit:
Using c++11 / libc++ in Qt Creator would mean that we need to drop support for *compiling* Qt Creator on Mac OS X 10.6 (afair clang isn't easily available on 10.6 anyhow)
But as far as I know, it is possible to package libc++ (and libc++abi which is needed by that) together with Qt into Qt Creator builds, and deploy on 10.6.
I can double-check if this is indeed true.
So, how important would *compiling* Qt Creator on 10.6 be, if it was still possible to deploy and run Qt Creator on 10.6 ?
Eike Ziller, Senior Software Engineer - Digia, Qt
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