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By a_gt3_rs, history, 4 months ago, In English

This is only a suggestion. GCC 13.2 have nearly full C++23 support & (we once had GCC 11 with C++20). So I just want that GCC 13.2 (or 14) has C++23 support enabled with -std=c++23 (as another GCC 13 compiler option, or when GCC 14 is released, or when GCC 11 is back).

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C++20 - C++17 > C++23 - C++20

I'd be happy to get C++20 back, and that's enough for me. What benifits does C++23 have over C++20? Probably just a new print() with std::format support.

Instead I'd want GCC 13.2 over GCC 11.2 for better performance.

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java 22 is released.

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Nearly is worst description! Recurrent lambdas (deducing this) enabled from gcc14