Switch to C++14 by default.

Update documentation to explain:
- How to fall back to C++11 mode if needed.
- The fallback is temporary and will be removed in the future.
- PDFium developers should still mostly limit themselves to C++11 for

Bug: pdfium:1407
Change-Id: I0d976619e6e927684d5e32e43d4a6eaf708925c4
Reviewed-on: https://pdfium-review.googlesource.com/c/pdfium/+/61936
Commit-Queue: Lei Zhang <thestig@chromium.org>
Reviewed-by: Tom Sepez <tsepez@chromium.org>
diff --git a/.gn b/.gn
index 7f6d0d2..c974357 100644
--- a/.gn
+++ b/.gn
@@ -10,9 +10,6 @@
   # Turns on compiler optimizations in V8 in Debug build.
   v8_optimized_debug = true
-  # PDFium does not want to switch to C++14 yet.
-  use_cxx11 = true
 check_targets = [
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
index 75abf8b..3d18613 100644
--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -110,8 +110,12 @@
 For sample applications like `pdfium_test` to build, one must set
 `pdf_is_standalone = true`.
-To enable V8, XFA, or the Skia backend, one must set `use_cxx11 = false` which
-will build the entire project with C++14.
+By default, the entire project builds with C++14, because features like V8
+support, XFA support, and the Skia backend all have dependencies on libraries
+that require C++14. If one does not need any of those features, and need to fall
+back to building in C++11 mode, then set `use_cxx11 = true`. This fallback is
+temporary and will go away in the future when PDFium fully transitions to C++14.
+See [this bug](https://crbug.com/pdfium/1407) for details.
 When complete the arguments will be stored in `<directory>/args.gn`, and
 GN will automatically use the new arguments to generate build files.
@@ -254,8 +258,10 @@
 1. Code has to conform to the existing style and not Chromium/Google style.
 2. PDFium uses a different Gerrit instance for code reviews, and credentials for
 this Gerrit instance need to be generated before uploading changes.
-3. PDFium is currently holding at C++11 compatibility, rejecting features that
-are only present in C++14 (onto which Chromium is now slowly moving).
+3. PDFium is transitioning to C++14, but still supports C++11 compatibility
+for the duration of the transition period. Prefer to use only C++11 features,
+though technically C++14 is allowed in code that is only built when V8, XFA, or
+Skia is turned on.
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