Instead of installing over the SDK gcc it's recommended to extract the adtools gcc in a directory of it's own, and then add something like the following to S:User-Startup after the SDK commands:Reth wrote: Regarding the native AOS4 build of GCC and G++ - can it be just downloaded and installed over existing SDK installation?
This way you can easily switch back to using the SDK gcc should you need to for some reason.;BEGIN adtools-os4-20171209-407
path GCC:bin REMOVE
assign GCC: Development:adtools-os4-20171209-407
path GCC:bin ADD
Also it is recommended that you remove APPDIR: from the Path command in S:Startup-Sequence if you have it there as it can cause the old gcc to still be used even after making the changes to User-Startup.
Also you might want to delete any files from "adtools/bin" that are not also in "SDK:gcc/bin". IIRC the adtools gcc used to include a compile of coreutils that wasn't working so well (this may or may not have been fixed since then?).