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Indicating why Clang is not supported yet.

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 ===== Visual Studio =====
 
-Regardless of the path taken to add xUnit++ to your project, you can install the [[http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/1212037b-a608-450c-a578-627b93f1b336|xUnit++ Visual Studio Test Adapter]]. This will automatically discover and run your tests for you using the built-in Text Execution Window.
+Regardless of the path taken to add xUnit++ to your project, you can install the [[http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/1212037b-a608-450c-a578-627b93f1b336|xUnit++ Visual Studio Test Adapter]]. This will automatically discover and run your tests for you using the built-in Text Execution Window.
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+== What about OS X and Clang? ==
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+I would love to support Clang and by extension OS X, but right now Clang 3.1 and 3.2 appear to have bugs when compiling lambdas. [[http://llvm.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=14943|I've filed a bug report]], and when it is fixed I will do what I can to get Clang up and running as a supported compiler for xUnit++.
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+Until then gcc 4.7+ is the only supported compiler for non-Windows systems.