[Bug 227918] [PATCH] remove exists check for CROSS_BINUTILS_PREFIX for external clang builds on secondary arches

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--- Comment #10 from Mark Millard <marklmi26-fbsd at yahoo.com> ---
(In reply to Kenneth Salerno from comment #9)

The question for -B and finding binutils files when there are multiple -B's is:
which -B path ends up being used? In the lib32 failure example, the content of
the two places are not equivalent if I understand right. It appeared that the
one with the wrong content for lib32 was used for lib32 at the failure point,
if I understand right.

My understanding of -B is that it is primarily for finding binutils files
files but (for gcc/g++) also has -L and -isystem consequences when it
points to a directory (that is found), allowing such other types of files
to be bundled with the binutils files in the directory structure.

Sorry to hear that -mcpu=power9 has problems of its own. Nothing I've tested
is newer than an old PowerMac G5 so-called "Quad Core", so from 2006 or so.

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