But... I got rid of Boost along with MinGW 4.8.0.
And Clang takes about 30 seconds to build a small program, and 15 for "Hello World". Funnily enough it takes the same amount of time to build a program which has 100 LOC and a program with 700 LOC.
I guess that it's my computer (it has an Intel Pentium :D)
I need to upgrade...
The MinGW build on the Nuwen distro has been updated from 10.0 to 10.1 !
I guess it's just a small update, but i'll try it out.
One of the things I miss from that distro is GDB - the debugger, why isn't it there?
I also downloaded MinGW from MinGW-builds, versions from 4.6.2 to 4.6.4 and none of them have the pthreadsGC2.dll.
This is most curious as 4.6.2-1 is the same version that the installer retrieves if you choose the pre-packaged release, but the one from the installer has the dll.
I decided to try and get the latest packages using the same installer (I noticed that the 'C++ compiler' was unchecked by default :/ ), the version was 4.7.2-1.
And guess what... The dll was there!
I set up Clang together with MinGW from the installer...
Sadly, clang++ crashes...
Has anybody else tried this?
I think that pthreadGC2.dll is in one of the optional MinGW packages that the installer downloads, but it is not included in MinGW-builds.