Yes that did the trick. I was able to get a new germ which has support for clang on OSX/Darwin/macOS.
The problem I am running into now is that when I run install.sh I am not getting a "compile_to_c.new" generated but the following:
progress 30 1 $MAXTOOLCOUNT "T1: compile_to_c"
run ./compile_to_c -verbose -boost -no_gc compile_to_c -o compile_to_c.new
I have tried running the command manually and it is no different from when being run in the script.
The below are results I see before the command completes:
Total Number of "inspect" used for Dynamic dispatch: 9129
Total Number of Merged "when" clauses (cumulated): 5097
Assignment graph: 659 nodes and 2012 transitions.
FEATURE_STAMPs total number = 5920
FEATURE_STAMPs with rename = 39
Total time spent in parser: 00:00.705835
Total time spent getting started: 00:00.174095
Total time spent specializing one type: 00:14.933290
Total time spent specializing and checking: 00:11.650085
Total time spent collecting features: 00:00.695697
Total time spent inlining dynamic dispatch: 00:01.146237
Total time spent simplifying: 00:03.118921
Total time spent adapting features: 00:00.222636
Total time spent safety checking: 00:00.000058
Type-system safety check not performed in this mode
(use the -safety_check flag).
Aliased STRINGs: 58923.
The log file does not have anything that indicates any issues.
Thoughts, suggestions ?