From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-04 06:08:04
> using intel-win : 8.0-vc6 : : <compatibility>vc6 ;
> using intel-win : 8.0-vc7 : : <compatibility>vc7 ;
> And "8.0-vc6" and "8.0-vc7" will be the version in library name. If that
> version are equal to what autolinking wants, there should be no problem.
John runs screaming from the building......!
OK, so the same compiler could produce any one of:
This is *impossible* to handle with auto-linking and even worse than version
What I really want to aim for if possible:
For any given compiler, there is one and only one possible name that can be
produced, and that name can be derived *entirely* from information available
to the C++ preprocessor.
Otherwise, I might as well just give up and rip out all of the auto-linking
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