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During emerge you get the error message is missing?


the old gcc version can be seen in the error message of the compiler line.
After a few seconds (or minutes) your libtool files are fixed.


During your gcc update there have been a few (sometimes dozen) libtool files left with the gcc path hardcoded in them. When you compile a program that uses those libtool files, the path is wrong and you get your missing libstc++ error message.

From the help:
Usage: [--oldarch ]

Where is the version number of the
previous gcc version. For example, if you updated to
gcc-3.2.1, and you had gcc-3.2 installed, run:

# 3.2

If you updated to gcc-3.2.3, and the old CHOST was i586-pc-linux-gnu
but you now have CHOST as i686-pc-linux-gnu, run:

# 3.2 --oldarch i586-pc-linux-gnu

Note that if only the CHOST and not the version changed, you can run
it with the current version and the '--oldarch ' arguments,
and it will do the expected:

# `gcc -dumpversion` --oldarch i586-pc-linux-gnu

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