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C++11 in glibmm

I haven’t had much chance to play with C++11, though I’m supposed to be a C++ expert. It’s just hard to use it in a project when not every platform has the compiler support. However, with gcc making such progress on C++11 support, it feels like my projects (glibmm, gtkmm, glom) could switch to C++ only some time soon.

So I’m playing with some of the most obvious new features in the glibmm example code, in a branch. Here are some little commits to demonstrate:

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