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Getting the most recent releases of gcc / g++ (11.0 or 10.2) on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Ask Ubuntu Asked by Bernd on December 31, 2021

I’d like to get the latest releases of g++ (and clang) via package manager (apt).
Currently I need to compile gcc/g++ on my own which needs really a lot of time.

Are there any repositories with "special packages" like g++-10-2, g++-11 or just g++-master?

I’d be really nice 🙂

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There seems to be no way to get up-to-date packages for ubuntu, you have to built them by yourself...

Answered by Bernd on December 31, 2021

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