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From: Charles Beyer (tuna_man98166_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-04 19:23:06

I tried setting the compiler flag for ANSI C++, the
flag on our compiler needs to be set to -Aa, and I
also set the env. var. YACC to empty with no changes
in results.

There are many undefined functions and variables, such
as read, close & lseek. I'm begining to think that our
compiler configuration is non-standard. As a result
many of the option flags that both jam and regex are
looking for are not set correctly. Of course it would
help if we could upgrade our system - but we can't!

--- Toon Knapen <toon.knapen_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> tuna_man98166 wrote:
> > Has anyone been able to build the Boost library
> (boost_1_26_0)using
> > the aCC compiler on a HP-UX 10.2 system?
> >
> > I tried using modified Makefiles for the build
> along with a new
> > user.hpp file built using .configure. When I got a
> host of compiler
> > errors that I could not resolve I decided that I
> should try to compile
> > and load using jam. However, I'm having trouble
> building jam. It
> > appears that it is unable to load the proper
> include files because I
> > get numerous unresolved references. The
> environment does not seem to
> > be corect for HPUX.
> aCC is able to compile jam but you first need to set
> the env. var.
> CFLAGS to -Ae (i.e. `export CFLAGS=-Ae`) to tell aCC
> to be ANSI compliant.
> Next you should also set the env. var. YACC to be
> empty.
> Now you definitly should end up with a jam
> executable.
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