Linking 'clang' with static GCC libraries

I can build and use 'clang' on Linux 64-bit using standard settings
and GCC v4.8.2, but I cannot run the resulting 'clang' executable on
some machines because the version of GCC on the system is too old,
and 'clang' cannot find the required version GCC shared libraries
such as 'glibcxx/libstdc++'. Unfortunately, for various reasons, it
is not possible to upgrade the version of GCC that is deployed on
these machines.

So I was trying to figure out how I can link 'clang' with the regular
static GCC libraries, but I haven't been able to find a configuration
option for doing this in either 'CMake' or with 'configure'.

Is there a way of building 'clang' that will use the static versions of

the GCC libraries?

I think I found the solution to this. I have reconfigured using 'CMake'
and added the following:

   "-DCMAKE_EXE_LINKER_FLAGS:STRING=-static-libgcc -static-libstdc++
-static"

to the command-line, and that appears to have resolved it.

Thanks,

  Martin O'Riordan (Movidius Ltd.)