The HTC One X+ is the last phone of an era. It was a simpler time, back when new devices got more letters and an extra helping of punctuation rather than a simpler title that makes them harder to Google. Those of you who have a One X+ now have an official CyanogenMod ROM build to call your own, at least if you're using the international version. The first nightly has been posted to Get.CM.
Unfortunately it's CyanogenMod 10.1, not the shiny new 10.2 release based on Jelly Bean 4.3. That's a bit of a downer, especially since the One X+ has a Tegra 3 processor and 1GB of RAM, more than enough to run the latest version acceptably. But this isn't the only device that's a bit behind the curve, and since CM10.2 is less than a week old, we have no right to complain. The phone is in line for an update to 10.2 sometime in the near future.
The CyanogenMod model number for the One X+ is enrc2b. As always, head for the Gapps download page if you want access to the Play Store and other Google services. Sorry, AT&T customers: there is no word of a localized build for Ma Bell's One X+, at least for the time being. According to this Google+ post, the Galaxy S4 Mini (international LTE version) is on deck for the next official expansion.