Hi, I just downloaded Sage++-1.7 which I understand is the latest released version. From the User Manual it seemed to provide the functionality for me to quickly build a preprocessor for C++ that I required. However, I would need to use the SgClassStmt functions extensively, and the majority of these are not implemented. Without these I cannot do anything useful with it. Can I therefore ask: when are you expecting to release a new version of Sage++ and do you expect that the SgClassStmt will be fully implemented? Thanks, Jonathan P.S. In addition I note that the parser pc++ with Sage++-1.7 fails to parse the standard headers for libg++-2.7.0a, failing with g++-include/_G_config.h I guess this is a result of the relatively large changes in the language recently. What the plans to move towards ANSI/ISO C++?