I'm using MCUXpresso IDE and SDK shipped with it. The IDE also installs the required toolchains, so I don't have to worry about all the parts and the setup. While this provides a solid base to start working with, it sometimes hides away some interesting details.
For example, the C/C++ dialect used in the current project is set in the project settings (C/C++ Build > Settings > Tool Settings > Dialect) as "Compiler default". Regarding "gcc", the default depends on the compiler version used but I don't know which version of gcc the IDE installed.
To find out which compiler is used for the current project, I clicked "Utilities > Open command prompt" in the context menu. Running "gcc --version" reports "6.3.1 20170620".
Google didn't have the manual for exactly this gcc version but for version 6.4.0, the official manual states:
The default, if no C language dialect options are given, is -std=gnu11.
The default, if no C++ language dialect options are given, is -std=gnu++14.
Can I correctly assume that these are the C/C++ dialects used for my current project?