Assoc array adds C++11 in the codebase
The associative arrays commit has broken Travis: https://github.com/verilator/verilator/commit/b81295230a866e38c418349d9ed56f3a42424523
It is failing because of the C++11 code which was introduced (just <array> as far as I can tell): https://travis-ci.com/verilator/verilator/jobs/261926092
Are we officially moving to C++11 at this point, or does this commit need to be implemented for the earlier standard?
#1 Updated by Wilson Snyder 8 days ago
- Subject changed from C++11 in the codebase to Assoc array adds C++11 in the codebase
- Status changed from New to Confirmed
Sorry, that include slipped through I had added a new class instead of using array and forgot to remove the include. A later commit removed it, but then it broke for another reason.
Still not planning for C++11 as a requirement until at least mid-2020.
Committed attempted fix, leaving open till passes.
BTW, something, maybe your email-yourself?, seems to have broken the author of the commit getting email on the breakage, so I hadn't noticed. Perhaps ideal behavior would be both of us get all fails, plus the author?
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