Due to the
#error below (from the
juce_TargetPlatform.h file), it seems useless to give the user the option to compile against C++98 with JUCE.
#ifdef __clang__ #define JUCE_CLANG 1 #if ((! __has_feature (cxx_nullptr)) || (! __has_feature (cxx_rvalue_references)) || (! __has_feature (cxx_static_assert))) #error "Clang 3.2 and earlier are no longer supported!" #endif
In my opinion, it’s misleading to give the option if JUCE isn’t going to support it.