sorry ! I have re-corrected the title.
Hi Sheng Wang,
I don’t think so. This looks like it’s not finding the correct headers, which isn’t a problem in the llvm-gcc code itself. To determine what’s going on, use the -v flag to see where it’s trying to find the hearders. You may have to specify additional search directories on the command line. Especially if llvm-c++ isn’t installed in /usr/bin.