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Re: [csmith-dev] c++11


Surely, somebody *is* fuzzing on older platforms, but the two alternatives
above don't seem like reasons that Csmith couldn't "graduate" to C++11, if we
want it to.  The world moves on, eh?

I would say that most of the people using Csmith for production work
are using older platforms.

Why reduce the number of people who could use Csmith?
Unless you are purely interested in the research side and there
are C++11 features that would save you lots of time.

Derek M. Jones           Software analysis
tel: +44 (0)1252 520667  blog:shape-of-code.coding-guidelines.com