compiler with c++0x

So i guess you have to use the argument to use c++0x libraries?
must be enabled with the -std=c++0x or -std=gnu++0x compiler options

i think the newest gcc version with arch is at least 4.7.2m whereas ubuntu is using default 4.6.3, so at what point will c++0x be standard?

So until a gcc version comes out that supports fully c++11 without adding the experiemntal argument
Basically, it'll be done when it's done.
These decisions are entirely up to the compiler maintainers. Visual Studio, for example, enabled every experimental feature from C++11 in their default configuration as soon as it became avaiable. GCC is a lot more conservative - their default C++ is still "gnu++98" (and their default C is still "gnu89").
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