[Q] How can I tell what toolchain a ROM was compiled with?
I've been building CM10.2 for the past month or two and I know how to compile a kernel with a custom toolchain through a BoardConfig flag.
Normally, you can view kernel info, such as the toolchain version used, by opening /proc/version. I was wondering, is there a similar file that I could open to see what toolchain was used to compile the actual ROM?
I followed a guide somewhere to change the toolchain that is used to compile the ROM and I've compiled the ROM itself with a Linaro 4.7 toolchain. Now, I'm not sure if it actually compiled using the Linaro toolchain (I think it may have been built with the regular toolchain used for CM) so I was wondering if there was a way to see (on the device) what toolchain was used for the ROM.
I'd appreciate if someone would help me out here. I don't think it's too much to ask of. Thanks,
Samsung Galaxy Ace II X (GT-S7560M) - Android 4.3.1 JB - CM10.2 with some bugs
Released Works:Status: Add ".patch" to the end of the link to a Github commit, then download the commit as a patch using wget. *mindblown*
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