std::auto_ptr was deprecated in C++11. It is now nearly 2021, and ActiveMQ-CPP has seen many releases since that deprecation. Yet, in all this time,
std::auto_ptr still has not been replaced with
std::unique_ptr, and the build (which takes insanely long anyway, for a mere client library) generates hundreds of warnings as a result.
Why? Are the pain points inhibiting the replacement documented anywhere?
Source: Windows Questions C++