PB wrote:As I wrote above, I did not use a wxPack or MinGW bundled with Dev-C++, I told Dev-C++ to use my wxWidgets and compiler. I therefore have no idea which wxPack (if any) is compiled in C++11 mode. You could just do do what I did.
Better yet, find another, still supported, IDE. For example, I have never used wxDev-C++ so I was surprised it does not support having multiple build configurations per project (Debug/Release/32-bit/64-bit...). I thought such a feature was a must, I know MSVC had it at least since 1998. But I might have overlooked it, all I wanted to do was to test if it is possible to use it for C++11 development.
So if I understood you right, you used wxWidgets without GUI builder?
I have already found an other IDE, CodeBlocks, it has a buildin GUI builder for wxWidgets, but making it worck with wxWidgets is a huge pain in the as, and even after folowing all that stuff from the wiki it still don´t worck for me.