From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-16 07:09:13
Aleksey Gurtovoy <alexy_at_[hidden]> writes:
> David Abrahams writes:
>> Aleksey Gurtovoy <alexy_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>> Actually it's C runtime that is missing from the online distribution,
>>> so STLPort runs are affected as well. How about we switch the tests to
>>> static linking when the toolset name ends with "-static"? That would
>>> be more general and allow us to switch back to dynamic linking (or run
>>> two set of tests in parallel) when we get the CD generously offered by
>> Actually this can be done from the command-line.
>> ought to do the trick.
> The Yahoo stripped the essentials again!
Dang. I'll try HTML-ifying and Cc you so you can't miss it:
> But won't anything we specify
> in the command line apply to all the toolsets we are running in the
>> Another possibility, thought slightly kludgey, would be to put
>> local v = BUILD ;
>> if ! $(BUILD)
>> v = DEFAULT_BUILD ;
>> in the toolset file. Could you try out one or both of these options?
> Unfortunately, no joy. It still tries to compile for/link with dynamic
> runtime. (Not that I understand how the above was supposed to change
Of course, because... it got stripped too!
It was meant to be more like:
local v = BUILD ;
if ! $(BUILD)
v = DEFAULT_BUILD ;
if ! <dmc><*><runtime-link>static in $($(v))
$(v) += <dmc><*><runtime-link>static
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