Unable To Load Boost.build
Boost.Build was created to build and install the Boost C++ libraries easily with different compilers on different platforms. Not the answer you're looking for? If hello should be linked against the thread-safe version of Boost.Filesystem the feature can be set accordingly. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages [C++-sig] Building tutorial example out of the boost tree, on Windows Gary Oberbrunner garyo at genarts.com Sat Oct 5 21:22:02 have a peek at this web-site
Message #15 received at email@example.com (full text, mbox, reply): From: "C. lib world : world.cpp ; The above Jamfile builds a shared library from the source file world.cpp. all i did was install boost_1_33_1.exe..
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maybe i have to include them in the boost package? It is important to specify the library's name in a platform-independent way. using msvc ; project user-config ; lib xml : :
As support for pre-built Boost C++ libraries has been implemented in a toolset though it's required to use the using rule. Andy Martin Senior Software Engineer Lumenware, LLC A161A ASTeCC Building University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40506-0286 859/257-2300 x225 859/257-2489 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.lumenware.com/ Information forwarded to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve M. To build the tutorial, either: Verify that the boost/tools/build submodule has been initialized from within the boost git repository. Haven't seen that one in the short tutorial...
Not only will the appropriate Boost C++ libraries be linked - an include directory is also passed to the compiler to find the header files. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/boost-list/eXSTPTFBNRs The first thing b2 does is not looking for a Jamfile but loading the build system. After all the idea is to build your C++ or C projects on any platform with any compiler without being required to modify or maintain several Jamfiles. It's quick & easy.
Do you have subdirectory tools/build/v1 in your installation? Check This Out The configuration file b2 is looking for is called Jamfile.jam. Other rules might refer to a target. Another useful rule is glob which makes it possible to use wildcards.
Robbins): Bug#275597; Package bjam. Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 419,108 IT Pros & Developers. For example for the Jamfile above Boost.Build will try to find a file libboost_filesystem.lib on Windows. Source b2 is ultimately looking for a Jamfile called Jamroot.jam.
Thanks for all your help; -- Gary ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Wojciech Mamrak"
Also, the error message from b2 includes the path C:/share/boost-build, which I have no idea where it's coming from.
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- So far the only rule used was exe.
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- With that, if I do "b2 install" and then run "C:\boost-build\bin\b2", it finds the rest of the build system just fine.
- The second method (building against packaged libraries) improves the situation, but I'm still having problems.
- Please consult the documentation at 'http://www.boost.org'. $ It's not very cool to have to install manually those files somewhere from the source and set the BOOST_BUILD_PATH environment variable. -- System Information:
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- As Boost.Build has been created to build and install the Boost C++ libraries there is built-in support to use pre-built Boost C++ libraries more easily.
- notice: [python-cfg] user-specified version: "2.7" notice: [python-cfg] user-specified cmd-or-prefix: "C:/Python27" notice: [python-cfg] user-specified includes: "C:/Python27/include" notice: [python-cfg] user-specified libraries: "C:/Python27/libs" notice: [python-cfg] Registry indicates Python 2.7 installed at "C:\Python27\" ...
- Boost.Build refers to these programs as a toolset.
Thanks! I ran "bjam". Robbins): Bug#275597; Package bjam. Thus there are now two versions of hello.exe built both with the two directives WIN32 and _WIN32 defined.
I changed directories to boost/libs/python/example/tutorial in the source. As the tenth parameter is called default-build it is accepted. As the project rule defines requirements for all targets in the Jamfile they are also requirements for the lib rule. have a peek here Toggle useless messagesView this report as an mbox folder, status mbox, maintainer mbox Report forwarded to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve M.
Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 17:48:03 +0200 hi all, i missed all these posts on this report. Wouldn't have guessed it if you haven't said the installation was corrupt. Contributor vprus commented Jun 3, 2015 Rene, are you about to fix this, or want me to? If you have further comments please address them to email@example.com, and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.
Thanks -- Stephen Depooter
If the lib rule is made explicit though it's not built and no recursive reference occurs.