cfe-dev Digest, Vol 46, Issue 88

All,
I have always suspected that it would be better if things like search paths
came out of a human readable ascii-text file that resided in the directory with
the executable,

…/bin/clang
…/bin/clang-parameters

that way there is at least a workaround for these sorts of inevitable failures.

best,
-Peter Lawrence.

You know, you can just write a wrapper script around clang that gives
-L, -Wl,-rpath and -isysroot if you can't work with the defaults. No
unnecessary configuration files, please.

Joerg

Hello

   I have always suspected that it would be better if things like search

paths came out of a human readable ascii-text file that resided in the directory
with the executable,

Definitely yes if done properly. See http://clang.llvm.org/UniversalDriver.html