That was a very long journey. From finding a new softwares that extract some .tar.gz.maybe.your.dogs.name.in.future, to finally submit to the idea to use VS that will include for ME the latest facilities of the language, to install a new version of windows 10, because my windows 10 v.1803 is outdated
in the point of view of VS community 2022 that require windows 10 v.1909 or above(Is this some kinda of joke?)...
Fortunately, I learn so many things along the way, and I got everything set up for both MSVS and Code::blocks with latest gcc, and I am ready to go.
If someone wants the latest MinGW distribution, either He should use the "distro" in this link: https://nuwen.net/mingw.html
that come with gcc 11.2.0, or The msys2 in this link: https://www.msys2.org/,
that comes with gcc 12.2.0.
|This has been discussed earlier in this thread. The standard library simply doesn't have good support for char8_t yet.|
I apologize for re-asking the same question, I did not understand most points discussed in this post, but I am reading more about the language right now that I start to comprehend some)
|That doesn't mean the underlying GCC version is v10, it is the version number of MinGW-64. MinGW-64 10.0 uses GCC 12.1:|
I agree with you, but the downloaded folder does not come with any .exe. and here:
@George, do you mean here I need to build those binaries myself?