Comfort, n. 
A consolation; something relieving suffering or worry.
"We still have the spare tire? That's a comfort at least."
Cxxomfort is a small, header-only library that backports to C++03 some of the nifty C++11 goodies (and even some C++14 goodies to both of them). I wrote it to facilitate my working with the evolving C++ standard as I was getting back into the language. It is intended to reduce the amount and stress of code rewrite while at the same time assisting in backwards and forwards portability.
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Installation and Configuration
The basic installation procedure is as follows: download package or clone repo; extract package or copy repo to an adequate directory; add directory path to compiler
#include paths; then write some code.
Using this library is as simple as writing C++ code. Various features are available including:
static_assert, iterator helpers and metaprogramming helpers, and
alignof where available. There are also some extra features that are activated via their own macros, such as scoped enumeration emulation.
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For a list of frequently asked questions read the FAQ.
The purpose of this library is to ease writing natural-feeling, forwards-compatible code once. As such, some design decisions are made that might conflict with conflict with certain pedantic "coding styles". For a quick, uncomprehensive check read Rationale.
For a list of what features are included in this library and what are the Standard Proposals they come from check Implementation Status.
Credits to the various solutions in Credits.
License information in the included
LICENSE.txt file or in License.