When using nullptr in my code, it doesn't work. Whilst there may be other threads and stuff that may explain, I've tried a couple and they didn't work well. Whilst there may be other threads and stuff that may explain, I've tried a couple and they didn't work well. I was, however, going to investigate using Boost for older compilers - so Boost would.not. be needed (at all) for a C11 compiler, but could be used for an older compiler. It has nearly drop-in replacements for threading, time/chrono, and shared pointer libraries.
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Following of what can be accomplished with Noodlesoft’s and a series of great tips I’ve found on the Internet, I decided it was about time to take what many call “the most precious time-saving utility for the Mac” for a spin. The results, even in a short 3-day testing timeframe, are quite impressive.This is not meant to be a review of Hazel, as I believe the app can go really in-depth with its feature set and I need a few more weeks before writing a proper article. /hazel-program-mac.html.
with g++ (GCC) 6.3.0，compile the project with this error.
Check in your cmake log which gcc it has actually picked up, as it might be not the 6.3.0 one.