From: Russell Hind (rhind_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-07 02:20:04
Beman Dawes wrote:
> At 12:53 PM 8/6/2003, Russell Hind wrote:
> Perhaps coordinate with John Maddock? He is really our config header
So John, would you be interested in trying to get this sorted out for
the next release? As I have said, I currenly only use BCB, and so can't
offer much help for other compilers.
Would it be best to have something like a boost/config/preinclude.hpp
file which includes a compiler specific pre-include and then a
boost/config/postinclude.hpp for afters?
I've created ones for BCB which I use here, that simply do
#pragma option push -a8 -b -Vx -Ve -pc -w-8027
for pre and
#pragma option pop
for post (probably don't need the nopushoptwarn in postinclude though).
These options are from regex. I may be a better idea not to include
disabling warnings in the default boost options? And also, It might be
worth adding -Vg- to disable codeguard for boost, unless the new build
system will build CodeGuard libraries as well as non-cg enabled libraries.
These options also should be the same as the default jam options for the
What do you think?
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