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The idea is that EVERYTHING should be compiled with the new toolchain, including the new toolchain. Hence the recompiling of the toolchain twice. Yeah...I wouldn't have done this if it ...
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    The idea is that EVERYTHING should be compiled with the new toolchain, including the new toolchain. Hence the recompiling of the toolchain twice.

    Yeah...I wouldn't have done this if it wasn't gcc. For regular updates (including other members of the toolchain), no way.

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    yeah -e is only nessary if you either are changing the gcc version or to rebuild a busted toolchain
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    So I don't need to follow dylunio's advice (which would probably take me a week anyway )??
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    Nope. I've done many updates, and this is the only time I've ever done it this way. And I'm doing fine.

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