From: Malte Starostik (malte_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-01 19:58:47
sorry it took so long, finally I've gotten to building 1.30.0 RPMs. They are
online at http://malte.homeip.net/boost/ but please do not use that as a
download site, it's a DSL line with only 16 kbyte/s upstream...
I've had one problem with some of the binary packages on install where rpm
complained they need libstd++.so, libm.so and libgcc_s.so which I do have
installed of course. This may be related to the fact that I've updated rpm
and the build scripts from a newer distro than my base system.
Would be nice if someone could check if that problem occurs as well when
building on a "sane" system.
Until then, please consider the binary packages partly broken, they're built
on a with a heavy mix of original Mandrake 9.0 and some updated stuff, so
there might be library incompatibilities as well...
In order to save some time downloading you can as well:
* get only boost-jam.spec and boost.spec from the URL above
* get the boost sources from boost.org (tar.bz2 version, not tar.gz)
* copy tools/build/jam_src/ somewhere else and rename it to boost-jam-3.1.4/
* from the boost-jam-3.1.4/'s parent dir, run tar -cf boost-jam-3.1.4.tar
boost-jam-3.1.4/ && bzip2 boost-jam-3.1.4.tar and copy the resulting bzip2ed
tarball to the SOURCES subdir of your rpm root directory.
* build boost-jam with rpm -bb boost-jam.spec and install it
* build the boost packages with rpm -bb boost.spec and install them
Changes in the boost-jam package:
- version 3.1.4
- switched from .tar.gz to .tar.bz2
- added a workaround so the RPM will also build standalone, i.e. not invoked
No real changes in the boost package(s) other than moving to version 1.30.0
Boost list run by bdawes at acm.org, gregod at cs.rpi.edu, cpdaniel at pacbell.net, john at johnmaddock.co.uk