There's a crosstool-ng tool that is a great way to assemble and build (cross-)toolchains.

You can find modified version of crosstools-ng (with gdc support) here:

Basically installing crosstool-ng it's just a matter of downloading it and doing:

make install

This will build and install `ct-ng` command that you can use in any directory:

cd ~/my/toolchain/buildir
mkdir src
cp ~/config/that/i/prepared/for/you/config .config
ct-ng menuconfig
ct-ng build
ls arm-none-linux-eabi

The mentioned config can be found here:

At the time of writing the crosstoolchain built this way generate code that is affected by:


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