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@StephenKitt. I tried removing --enable-libstdcxx-pch, but that did not make any difference.
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Building gcc 4.9.4. The configure arguments are the same as those that the previous compiler used (gcc -v output). I think the '--enable-cheaders=c_std' has something to do with it. As a work-around, I can copy the (missing) files (ccomplex cfenv cinttypes cstdalign cstdbool cstdint ctgmath) from libstdc++-v3/include/c_global/ to libstdc++-v3/include/c_std so the generated symlinks are not broken. The build completes. Still, if --enable-cheaders=c_std is configured, why would it try to compile code including headers not in c_std?
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