From: Chris Smith (smitty_one_each_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-12 08:59:47
John Maddock wrote:
>>Boost.Python is dynamic by default and only rarely should be linked to
>>statically. It sounds like these macros are designed with the
>>opposite default in mind?
> That's correct, basically regex used to be dynamic by default, but that
> attracted sufficient complaints that it seemed sensible to change, and then
> write up the rationale and mechanism used in case it is of use to others.
> However there are two libraries: Thread and Python which are "special" in
> the sense that they can only really be built in certain ways. My guess is
> that Boost.Python would be dynamic by default, maybe with it's own macro to
> turn that off if it is in fact possible.
> So I guess we're left with:
> BOOST_PYTHON_SOURCE: or whatever python already uses for this.
> BOOST_PYTHON_NO_LIB: to turn off auto-linking (if supported).
> BOOST_ALL_NO_LIB: turns off auto-linking (if supported)
> BOOST_PYTHON_STATIC_LINK: forces static linking (probably use with whatever
> python already uses).
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I've been striving to understand bjam v1/v2 with respect to Boost.Regex
and Boost.Python. bjam is clearly the Way Ahead, so I want to grasp it
The goal is to have a Boost.Python module that uses Boost.Regex.
Is there an example Jamfile (either version) that builds a Python
extension that incorporates Boost.Regex, preferably outside of the Boost
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