Re: Building a different GCC version in SDK vs GCC used to build the rootfs/image


I think this will be hard to support unless your applications are self contained and will bring its own runtime as well in that case you can build a SDK from newer releases which matches compiler you need and let them use it, if you want to mix and match then it will require a bit of extra work e.g. check if runtime from newer compiler will still work with older libs/binaries or find a way to package two versions seprately and ensure that existing packages on image can keep using older libs
So our application might be able to be self contained and bring in all of it's own libs and runtime that it needs.  If that case I wouldn't have to supply the sysroot that comes as part of the SDK; I'd just provide the compiled toolchain/compiler with the updated gcc 8.2, right?

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