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From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-29 14:18:23
Richard Hadsell wrote:
> Having found out how to build Bjam, I have tried to build the libraries
> of Boost 1.31.0 for tru64cxx65. I'm only interested in Regex at the
> moment, so I won't bother you with the problems building other libraries.
> When the build gets to this point:
> it hangs. I have run into this situation with other large files, and my
> usual remedy is to decrease the optimization level.
> How can I do that? If I can't do it for just this file, I'm willing to
> reduce the optimization level for the entire library, or even for all
> libraries. (This is not a platform that I worry about performance; it's
> just there to support a few vestigial machines.)
A few possibilities...
1. You can disable it for only the regex library if you are willing to
change the boost-root/libs/regex/build/Jamfile. You will need to add:
To the requirements section of template-s in that file.
2. You can do it on the command line, but this would apply to all
libraries with: bjam "-sBUILD=<optimization>off debug release" etc...
And possibly the most flexible options..
3. Add special variants for your use into the boost-root/Jamrules and
build those variants instead of the "debug" "release" defaults. For
example you might add:
variant bss-debug : debug :
variant bss-release : release :
And then build with: bjam "-sBUILD=bss-debug bss-release"
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