Boost logo

Boost :

From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-19 21:25:37

Russell Kliese wrote:

> I've been trying to build boost on an amd64 machine under
> Debian Linux but it hangs trying to compile part of the wave
> library. Is it possible to skip building the wave library as
> a temporary work around (I am not familiar with jam)?
> I'm using the deb source package (from 1.33.0) from the
> unstable Debian
> distribution:
> I am building on the stable distribution (i.e. trying to
> create a back port because of the broken timed mutexes in 1.32).
> The build gets to:
> "g++" -c -Wall -ftemplate-depth-255 -D_REENTRANT -g -O0
> -fno-inline -pthread -I"bin/boost/libs/wave/build"
> -I"/home/users/russell/cvs/debPackages/boost/boost_1_33_0" -I
> "/home/users/russell/cvs/debPackages/boost/boost_1_33_0" -o
> "bin/boost/libs/wave/build/libboost_wave.a/gcc/debug/threading
> -multi/instantiate_cpp_literalgrs.o"
> "/home/users/russell/cvs/debPackages/boost/boost_1_33_0/libs/w
> ave/build/../src/instantiate_cpp_literalgrs.cpp"
> "/usr/bin/objcopy" --set-section-flags
> .debug_str=contents,debug
> "bin/boost/libs/wave/build/libboost_wave.a/gcc/debug/threading
> -multi/instantiate_cpp_literalgrs.o"
> at which point it hangs (top shows cc1plus using 99.9% CPU).
> Please let me know if I can supply more info to help debug
> this problem.

Hmmm. Honestly don't know what to do about this (besides the fact, that I
don't have access to a similar system). What gcc version are you using? Did
you try another gcc version?

Regards Hartmut

Boost list run by bdawes at, gregod at, cpdaniel at, john at