When executing the command "clang++" in cmd, I instantly got this error:
clang++.exe - Unable To Locate Component
This application has failed to start because pthreadGC2.dll was not found.
Re-installing the application may fix this problem.
I took the hint and deleted Clang, then downloaded Clang 3.2 again and extracted it into C:\Clang-3.2
And there we go, the same error appears again!
I'm using Linux as my host OS and running Windows XP in VirtualBox as a guest OS.
// Another topic, that will only be important once I can get clang working in command line:
How do I set up Clang with Code::Blocks?
I did some research and found nothing, but people saying that it doesn't work yet. But also, these websites are slightly outdated, so maybe it's possible already?
So I was wondering, do I have to "use" MinGW, but explicitly specify the "clang++" option?
I mean - I pretty much have no idea how to do it. Well at least I know that you start by opening Code::Blocks (Captain Obvious is back!), then go to Settings -> Compiler -> Toolchain Executables.
Or did I get that wrong already?