From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-03-14 00:29:13
On 2002-03-14 at 05:24 AM, conic_at_[hidden] (simonwlb) wrote:
>--- In boost_at_y..., Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_a...> wrote:
>> At 05:07 PM 3/13/2002, Braden McDaniel wrote:
>> >> No, straight install from the distribution disk. Here is the
>> >> the script that does the mount:
>> >> if ! mount -t smbfs //p-500/c /p-500; then
>> >> echo 'mount //p-500/c failed'
>> >> exit 1
>> >> fi
>> >Aha... You're using Samba rather than mounting them as NTFS
>> Whatever works:-) I did it that way because I simply didn't know
>> about Linux to do it any other way. It was pretty impressive that
>I had a
>> operating system I'd never used before installed, gcc built, jam
>> libraries built, a dozen programs built, and everything passing
>> tests in a day or so of work.
>OK this is hardly boost-related but...
>I'm now linking my library (.a file) and libboost_thread.a into an
>executable. Everything compiles but the linker isn't seeing pthread
>stuff. Not suprising since I don't have a clue how to tell gcc to
>link the MT runtime stuff. Can someone spoil me with the answer to
I suggest you take a look at tools/build/gcc-tools.jam it has all the various
flags used for gcc. The one you are interested in is "-pthread".
If you are using boost.build for you compiles you would just add a
<threading>multi to your target :-) But I'm guessing you aren't using jam.
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