GCC 7 has become the default compiler on Ubuntu 17.10

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The Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system will enter the functional freeze phase on August 24, when GCC 7, Python 3, Perl 5.26 and libevent are still in a tense development phase. However, today Canonical announced that the GCC 7 has become the default compiler for Ubuntu 17.10.

Canonical said that this major adjustment would not have an impact on most of the software packages in the artful-proposed software library, including Linux Kernel 4.12, suggesting that software similar to Perl 5.26 is already nearing completion.

“The GCC 7 has become the default compiler for Ubuntu 17.10, and the version of the related error report can be accessed through the following link: https://qa.ubuntuwire.org/ftbfs ” The Ubuntu Foundation development notice in the latest Ubuntu Foundation, Rebuilds / test-rebuild-20170706-gcc7-artful.htmlPlease help us to eliminate these wrong installation packages.

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