From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-13 07:17:42
John Maddock wrote:
>>LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file
>>Has anybody an idea where to search?
> OK, here's the problem: originally we had one Intel toolset: "intel-win32"
> which created the library suffix "iw" (note no version number!), and this is
> what the auto-link header currently searches for.
> However people have started adding versioned Intel toolsets, which means
> that we now produce an ad-hoc mixture of library names, some with
> compiler-version suffixes and some without, the autolink code could handle
> either form, but as it's not psychic it can't handle both :-(
> So, one fix is to define BOOST_ALL_NO_LIB to disable auto-linking for
> versioned Intel toolsets. But we really aught to come up with a better
> solution (if there is one).
Well the only immediate way I can think of handling this is to add a
define in the versioned toolsets that the auto-link can use as a flag to
include, or not, a version with the toolset.
For example in the intel-win32-8.0-tools.jam we could add:
flags intel-win32-8.0 CFLAGS : -DBOOST_VERSIONED_TOOLSET=1 ;
** of course picking a good name would be nice ;-)
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