2 years ago this was asked: When did the "c++" tag start to imply C++11 by default?
1 year ago this was asked: When submitting an answer, when is it ok to use C++11?
Many questions are tagged just
C++ and not
C++11, but the accepted answer uses
C++14 is around the corner, and
C++11 is the defacto standard version:
Is it finally time to stop expecting the
C++11 tag if acceptable answers can use
C++11 features? Or even if the question includes
C++11 tag be depricated (until C++14 becomes generally adopted) and not request: "Please tag questions about C++11 with the C++ tag, along with the C++11 tag."
C++03 tag be expected to be used to denote questions where C++11 features should not be used in an answer? And state something like, "Please use this tag if the current standard C++11 features cannot be used"
Unlike some other programming languages it is not clear from the question if C++11 features can be used in the answer and in fact some answers may include them and others may not
asyncC# questions with the
C#tag (because, y'know, C#), and with the
C#-5.0tag because C# 5.0 is required to use
async. We also tag questions with, say,
.NET-3.5, if the question asker is confined to using a version of the .NET Framework no higher than that (it happens).