Some C++ compilers have the current latest version and what is the level of support they standard?
Here it is clear that gcc, microsoft visual c++, embarcadero c++ builder to develop and come out with new versions. Very sad, but it looks like Comeau is in a coma (the latest version already 220.127.116.11 beta2 / October 6, 2008). But what is the situation with the others? About the same Vatkom I have not heard, almost ever since he became OpenWatcom
Actively developing the Intel Compiler. Watcom, apparently, not developed, and it is a pity. Alternatively, the gcc is growing very rapidly Clang/LLVM with a number of advanced features. On page Stroustrup mentions a few more, but they seem to be outside the mainstream.
GCC and Clang have a good support of C++11 (still not completely, but work is proceeding actively, Clang a little ahead). Microsoft Visual C++ slower, VS 2010 is not very well supports the new standard (don't know how in 2012).
With other compilers on the desktop are not met; for embedded has its own collection (usually clipped on the functionality of the language, without exceptions, and complex template bloat), but then I'm no expert.
Answered: 18-11-2012 в 04:43:42
About MS VC++ can add that from 11 version Studio, MS decided to seriously undertake regular updates of the compiler with all the great number of supported features in C++11. Here's an interesting post on Habre in which there is a link to the latest update of the compiler. Well, if you are interested :)
Answered: 18-11-2012 в 10:51:29
VC++ 2012 has recently been updated
Answered: 19-11-2012 в 04:33:10
Table, feeling a little outdated. The builders (embarcadero c++ builder xe3) there is no information. - 19-11-2012 в 13:02:08
last edited 2012-11-03 17:40:22 bilder never been known for good support of the standard - 20-11-2012 в 05:03:51
One of the most complete and updated tables located on cppreference.
Answered: 23-01-2016 в 01:03:08