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  • cj.wijtmans
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    I am so dissapointed in gentoo unstable. I want to get the newest things on unstable so i can break my world and complain :/

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  • linuxforall
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    Originally posted by cjcox View Post

    I'm sure reading this post must seem like an eternity.
    In IT world yes few months is long considering the development process. Also the title said early adopters so Arch and even Gentoo was never in perspective.

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  • Serafean
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    Gentoo is pretty conservative with its compiler upgrades, the goal always being to build the world with it.
    GCC 5 : https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=gcc-5

    GCC 6 : https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=gcc-6

    It baffles me how arch is able to bump gcc versions so fast.

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  • geearf
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    Originally posted by alexcortes View Post

    GCC 6 is not ever on Gentoo Portage tree yet.
    Damn, I never expected Arch to get it so much faster than Gentoo.

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  • alexcortes
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    Originally posted by linuxforall View Post
    Arch went GCC 6 long while back, Gentoo as well.
    GCC 6 is not ever on Gentoo Portage tree yet.

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  • geearf
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    Originally posted by sysrich View Post
    Arch and Gentoo use GCC 6 As the default compiler? I'd find that surprising, there is no news about that on the Arch website and it would require a mass rebuild..the last news I read on this topic was still talking about moving the last bits over to GCC 5

    meanwhile the main news here is that GCC 6 is now Tumbleweeds default compiler, with the whole distro built with it
    Yes GCC 6 is the default on Arch, and has been for a while.
    I ended having to port some OSS emulator-related stuff that didn't compile with it.
    It seemed smoother than the GCC 5 update though.

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  • sysrich
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    Arch and Gentoo use GCC 6 As the default compiler? I'd find that surprising, there is no news about that on the Arch website and it would require a mass rebuild..the last news I read on this topic was still talking about moving the last bits over to GCC 5

    meanwhile the main news here is that GCC 6 is now Tumbleweeds default compiler, with the whole distro built with it

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  • FireBurn
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    Originally posted by linuxforall View Post
    Arch went GCC 6 long while back, Gentoo as well.
    It's not officially in Gentoo Portage yet

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  • cjcox
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    Originally posted by linuxforall View Post
    long while.
    I'm sure reading this post must seem like an eternity.

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  • linuxforall
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    Arch went GCC 6 long while back, Gentoo as well.

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