clang 1.7 - os x - bjam

I'm unable to exec bjam clang on some test suite. I have no such problems with other configurations. Any suggestion, please?

*** Platform : OS X 10.6.7

*** ~/user-config.jam :

#Invoke $sudo bjam clang-4.2 -a
using clang : 4.2 : /usr/llvm-gcc-4.2/bin/llvm-g++-4.2 ; # PASSES

#Invoke $sudo bjam clang -a
using clang ; # FAILS

OR

#Invoke $sudo bjam clang-1.7 -a
using clang : 1.7 : clang : /usr/bin ; #FAILS
OR
using clang : 1.7 : clang : <linkflags>\"-L/usr/bin\" ; # FAILS

In each case, error similar to:
command not found
...patience...
...found 1687 targets...
...updating 61 targets...
clang-darwin.compile.c++ ../../../../../bin.v2/libs/some_test/clang-darwin/debug/ref.o
/bin/sh: line 1: clang++: command not found

...some assembler faults...

*** Additionally,

usr $ find . -name "clang++" -print
[nothing]
usr $ find . -name "clang" -print
./bin/clang
./lib/clang
usr $ find . -name "clang" -type d -print
./lib/clang

Problem with your clang install?

-eric

(Apple) Clang (aka Apple LLVM Compiler) version 1.7 does not contain support for C++. You'll need a more recent Apple LLVM Compiler.

  - Doug