From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-02 15:12:32
First issue:In building the libraries I had a couple of problems:
In building the boost_1_30_0 I had to make the following change in the jam file in order for the build to work.
I believe previously I addressed this by specifying more information in the bjam command line.
extends-toolset msvc ;
# singleton variables...
set-as-singleton VC7_ROOT ;
if ! $(MSVCDir)
VC7_ROOT ?= "C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Visual Studio.NET\\VC7" ;
#____remove space here___________________________________/
VC_TOOL_PATH = "$(VC7_ROOT)"\\bin\\ ;
VC_SETUP = "CALL \"$(VC_TOOL_PATH)VCVARS32.BAT\" >nul" ;
VC_PDB_NAME = vc70 ;
flags vc7 CFLAGS : /Op ;
flags vc7 C++FLAGS : /Zc:wchar_t,forScope ;
# The following #// line will be used by the regression test table generation
# program as the column heading for HTML tables. Must not include version number.
Second issue:I added a new library to my local copy of boost-dev directory tree. In trying to build I found
the the filesystem, optional and spirit libraries aren't included in the boost-dev tree while they are included in
boost_1_30_0 tree. As my library used spirit, it wouldn't build. Is this an oversight or is it simply that the development versions of these libraries live in a different place.
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