...and add /usr/libexec/crossdev to PATH
otherwise we hit weird build failures, because it interferes with multilib eclasses on autotools build systems in particular
thread is on dev ML
no, it shouldn't. crossdev creates toolchains that are readily usable with our without Gentoo.
i'm not entirely sure what you mean by "add it to PATH" ... if the wrappers are in /usr/bin or /usr/libexec/crossdev but both are in PATH, then the behavior is exactly the same.
You don't seem to understand the problem. This was discussed on dev ML where you were CCed, so go ahead and read it.
Not sure what is expected from QA here, thus a comment as a non-QA bystander:
(Quoting SpanKY from comment #1)
> crossdev creates toolchains that are readily usable
(In reply to Julian Ospald (hasufell) from comment #0)
> otherwise we hit weird build failures
If it does fail, then file bugs about them and associate them with this bug.
(In reply to Julian Ospald (hasufell) from comment #2)
how about you be less snarky since you aren't being useful at all. as you can obviously see, i already responded on the mailing list.