[Rd] compiler specific flags : -std=c++0x

From: Romain Francois <romain.francois_at_dbmail.com>
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 19:27:12 +0100


Hello,

We'd like to use the flag -std=c++0x to take advantage of features of the forthcoming C++0x standard that is already partly implemented by the GCC >= 4.3 R CMD check warns about the flag because it is non portable. Is there a way to turn the warning off, considering that we do test that the compiler is indeed GCC >= 4.3 as part of our configure script and we only add the flag in that case.

Romain

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