Does anyone know when Xcode 4 will update its clang to a version with C++0x 'auto'?

Xcode 4 uses a clang version with variadics, rvalue references
(release mode only), and decltype implemented.
Does anyone know when Xcode 4 will update its clang to a version that
has C++0x 'auto' (courtesy of Richard Smith in the latest build)
implemented?

Thanks!

Faisal Vali

Apple never announces things like that.

For Xcode 3, you can use your own build of clang following these instructions:
<http://shapeof.com/archives/2010/01/using_the_latest_llvm_with_xcode.html>

I don't know if this still works with Xcode 4.

Xcode 4 uses a clang version with variadics, rvalue references
(release mode only), and decltype implemented.

This is not the case.

Does anyone know when Xcode 4 will update its clang to a version that
has C++0x 'auto' (courtesy of Richard Smith in the latest build)
implemented?

Apple has developer forums where it is appropriate to ask questions about Apple products, including Xcode 4, so please use those. Let's keep the discussion on the open-source lists focused on the open-source Clang.

  - Doug

Douglas Gregor <dgregor-2kanFRK1NckAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> writes:

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Does anyone know when Xcode 4 will update its clang to a version that
has C++0x 'auto' (courtesy of Richard Smith in the latest build)
implemented?

Apple has developer forums where it is appropriate to ask questions
about Apple products, including Xcode 4, so please use those. Let's
keep the discussion on the open-source lists focused on the
open-source Clang.

Presumably information updating
<http://clang-analyzer.llvm.org/xcode.html> would be appropriate when
useful information (positive or negative) is found?