It's a well-known fact that the
g++ command actually links to
clang++, from the llvm toolkit. Problem is, every makefile that uses
g++ has to point explicitly to the location, and unless my end user has brew on linux, the path will be different.
So my question is, how do I set the system up, so that
/bin/g++ actually points to a version installed from either macports or homebrew.
I know that Apple have deprecated GNU C Compiler a long time ago, and that this is the way it has been, but creating a hard-link to clang is the most stupid solution I could think of, and I'd like to have my system working as it should.