GNU GCC is a free and open source Compiler Collection (CC) by the GNU project. It includes various programming languages. GCC works on Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS, and Unix-like systems. It can compile code for Android and iOS too. The GNU GCC version 7.1 has been released.
What’s new in GCC v7.1?
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GCC 7.1 is a major release containing substantial new
functionality not available in GCC 6.x or previous GCC releases.
The C++ frontend now has experimental support for all of the current C++17
draft, with the -std=c++1z and -std=gnu++1z options, and the libstdc++
library has most of the C++17 draft library features implemented too.
This releases features various improvements in the emitted diagnostics,
including improved locations, location ranges, suggestions for misspelled
identifiers, option names, fix-it hints and various new warnings
have been added.
The optimizers have been improved, with improvements appearing in all of
intra- and inter-procedural optimizations, link time optimizations and
various target backends, including, but not limited to, additions of store
merging pass, code hoisting optimization, loop splitting, and
shrink wrapping improvements.
- Read more: GNU GCC version 7.1 released