Date: 2001-07-11 10:05:11
As I said in my first email on this, I have a work-round using
dos2unix. It just caught me by suprise when I downloaded the .zip from
yahoo files and found that I needed to do this.
I have since instralled infozip on my Solaris box so I won't
personally need a .tgz.
All I was suggesting was that if something is uploaded to boost files
area that is line ending sensitive then a .tgz would be useful. Just
as the main boost download web page provides both .zip and tar.gz.
BTW I tried updating my build to the latest versions in cvs and got
syntax error at EOF
warning: unknown rule $(gGENERATOR_FUNCTION($(target_type)))
so I have reverted to the .zip file version.
>> if boost build/ftjam works with unix line endings on dos then only one
>> would be needed. I know that msvc is catholic about line endings as is gcc,
>No, it's liberal.
Two countries seperated by a common language :-). Here in the U.K. I walk on the
pavement because thats where the cars aren't allowed :-).
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