my linux is based on 16.04 ubuntu, so the newer #c++17 supporting compiler versions do not come out of the box. After some fiddling with repositories, I can finally get a list of files printed using g++-8 and the now standard <filesystem> header with the "most advanced" language in the world...
(btw I could not achieve the same with clang-7 no matter what)
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