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In the past PCL built with g++ on 10.7 in groovy, it is known that PCL 1.6 does not build with clang, PCL 1.7 (trunk) does build with clang, but that version did not make it into Groovy.

You can try replacing the version of PCL bundled with ros with a newer version of PCL and dependent packages like pcl_ros might still work.

The rosconsole bug you mentioned is only a problem when using clang or the llvm g++. Either way you should build PCL with a specific compiler, but not blanket the rest of ROS with that compiler necessarily.