As seen in:
When clang looks for a tool it has a set of
possible names for it, in priority order.
Previously it would look for these names in
the program path. Then look for all the names
in the PATH.
This means that aarch64-none-elf-gcc on the PATH
would lose to gcc in the program path.
(which was /usr/bin in the bug's case)
This changes that logic to search each name in both
possible locations, then move to the next name.
Which is more what you would expect to happen when
using a non default triple.
(-B prefixes maybe should follow this logic too,
but are not changed in this patch)