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Support for range based for loops added to C++ Middleware Writer

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[font="Courier, Monospaced"]I've recently added support to the C++ Middleware Writer for an option that allows users to request the use of C++11 range based for loops in the generated output. Here are a few lines from a config file:


Permit-std::move Yes
Permit-emplace Yes
Permit-range-for-loops Yes

The support for range based for loops doesn't improve the performance of the output, but it helps to minimize the size of the output, making it easier to transfer the code across a network. I included the lines related to move and emplace to show the other C++11 related support that has been in place for close to a year.

In addition to this new support, we've recently obtained a big-endian PowerPC that is used to test the software. We are working on improving our testing process and are testing on Fedora 14 & 15, Ubuntu 11.04, Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.5.

By way of reminder, the C++ Middleware Writer is part of a 3-tier architecture:

1. C++ Middeware Writer (server)
2. C++ Middleware Writer Ambassador (server)
3. direct program (runs and exits)

Regards,
Brian Wood
Ebenezer Enterprises
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