|Well I'm not saying it isn't, it might. But without a link to Compiler Compliance, that paragraph is useless.|
This isn't wikipedia. There is no one
source for that statement -- you have to look at individual compiler's development team statements about their efforts towards compliance.
You should notice, however, after the extensive examples testing for support for key C++11 features, I did provide two very important links to C++11 support pages: one from the US government itself that tests compiler compliance, and another from the Apache Software Foundation, who has always had a strong presence and interest in compiler compliance issues.
Yes. By "we", I mean C++ professionals all over the globe, in addition to the maintainers of this site
, in addition to JTC1/SC22/WG21, who develop and maintain C++ through Boost.
Individual members of the forum are not indicated. (Nor should they be.)
Suggest a different name. Or a different example. My Google's top result is a photographer in California, and I see nothing pornographic or egregiously inappropriate in the following pages, nor in images with safe search turned off.
If you think it is an issue, show me why and/or suggest something different.
Found it at http://cplusplus.com/faq/sequences/sequencing/sort-algorithms/#bubble-sort
Why is it a problem? Should I use another word, like "hurrah"? Or do you think it is too unformal?
Thanks for your time!