FYI, the install tool fails to account for being launched from a different directory and if you don’t cd into the it’s local path then it fails to write any files.

If I give the -p option, nothing happens at all, and if I leave the -p option off, a directory is created, but no files are written.

This happens for both gcc- and llvm-

rireland-orion commented
    • Hello,

      Thank you for reaching out to us!

      We could not reproduce the issue you reported. Are you sure you have the necessary permissions for the installation?

      For us to be able to help further, please provide some additional details regarding your Linux distribution, the invoked command and environment, etc.
      Best regards,
      The Open Source Tools Team

    • I used sudo, so the permissions should have been fine. I will attempt a reproduction.