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From: Daniel Lord (daniel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-26 10:52:56
I had no problems building boost 1_34_1 with a straight default build on
Leopard 10.5.2 on a Macbook Pro for 32-bit ppc and i386.
The only issue I have is unicode support doesn't compile by default. But I
don't care about that right now so I didn't try to tweak that in yet.
Of course I had a lot of learning to do on how to use Boost in Xcode 3, but
after a lot of manual reading, googling, and trail-and-error work, I
I missed the thread on this, but I'll help you out if I can--just bring me
up to speed.
On 2/26/08, Lothar May <boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi David,
> David Thulson wrote:
> > I'm not really familiar with
> > building boost so maybe this is obvious, but how are you building it?
> > What compiler flags are you using?
> Needing a Mac universal build of boost, I tried two different ways, and
> with both exceptions failed to be caught:
> 1.) http://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/wiki/CMakeConfigAndBuild
> Command-line cmake. (boost 1.34.0)
> 2.) http://stlab.adobe.com/asl_readme.html
> With 2.), after I noticed that exceptions are not caught, I played with
> the "-fvisibility=" option until there were no more linker warnings. But
> this did not help.
> Best regards,
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