Well, gentoo and debian, and actually a lot of your RPM distros can do this. You just need the right package manager. For gentoo and debian, these are built in. For your RPM distros you can use RPM's and the tool will be synaptics with a back end of apt, from freshrpms.net
I'd probably try uninstalling the 'faked' compilers first, cleaning the system of the packages, and then installing the real/correct ones. Also, don't forget to check SuSE's doc's for any info, and of course the SuSE distro forum.