From: Howard Hinnant (hinnant_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-13 10:20:34
On Thursday, March 13, 2003, at 02:24 AM, Daryle Walker wrote:
> 3. To the Metrowerks guys on this list, what is the difference between
> regular CodeWarrior Pro and the Dev Studio I got? The web site is
> somewhat vague, but I think the only difference is that the number of
> tools in Dev Studio is a subset of the regular version, with the
> common tools working exactly the same.
Developers Studio is a stripped down version of CodeWarrior Pro. It
only has CodeWarrior for Mach-O compilers and linkers for
C/C++/Objective C/Objective C++.
There is no Java support, no command line tools, no cross compilers, no
You still need to download the Apple developers Tools to use it.
Boost will have to configure itself differently depending upon whether
you are using BSD C or MSL C. BSD C is only available under Mach-O.
MSL C is available under Mach-O and PEF. MSL C++ will set
_MSL_USING_GCC_C or _MSL_USING_MSL_C depending on which C lib is
Alternatively you can test for __MSL__ which is defined as the version
number if MSL C has been included, and for __MSL_CPP__ which will be
defined if MSL C++ has been included. Both of these latter version
numbers will always increase in value with time.
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