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KDevelop 4.3.0 Final Released With Basic C++11 Support

Mar 21, 2012, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"The new C++ standard, which was released last year, is now partially suppported in KDevelop. At least the parser should not trip over new language features such as initializer lists, lambdas, range-based for loops or variadic templates. Similarily, explicitly defaulted or deleted methods, auto, rvalue-references and many more features are supported. Many of the new stdlib classes can be used as well. Keep in mind though that the new C++ standard contains lots of new features, and we are still lacking support for quite a few things. But we will continue to improve this in the next releases, and provide you with a rock-solid C++11 coding environment.

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