On Saturday, April 9, 2011 12:22:00 PM UTC-4, Matt P. Dz. wrote:
> From N3242 (draft):
> "16.8 Predefined macro names [cpp.predefined]
> 1 The following macro names shall be defined by the implementation:
> The name __cplusplus is defined to the value 201103L when compiling a
> C++ translation unit.155
> 155) It is intended that future versions of this standard will replace
> the value of this macro with a greater value. Non-conforming
> compilers should use a value with at most five decimal digits."
GCC 4.6 seems define __cplusplus as 1. Does this quailify as a bug?