From: Oliver Gräser (oliver.graeser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-08 09:59:07
thanks a lot for the patch, but I think you slightly overestimate my
skills:-) How do I apply the patch? I found the file mentioned in the
patch, darwin-tools.jam, and also the ####Link####-section. But what
to do with the code you sent me? I just copied it there, but this
doesn't lead anywhere, now make doesn't do anything useful at all;-)
Really sorry, but is there any tool used for applying patches? I also
tried just to run your patch, but it iss no shell script apparently...
Best Regards and many thanks,
Physics Department, University of Konstanz
Soft Condensed Matter Theory Group
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Am 08.07.2006 um 15:01 schrieb Julio M. Merino Vidal:
> On 7/7/06, Oliver Gräser <oliver.graeser_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> I'm trying to build boost on my Macbook, which runs OSX 10.4.7 on
>> intel core duo with 2GB of ram. I downloaded boost_1_33_1.tar.gz,
>> untared the file, ran configure, sudo make, sudo make install.
>> Apparently, this installs some 1k + libraries, but not all - 6
>> libraries are not installed. If I re-run configure and make, it tries
>> to update only these libs, but failes again. I attach the full
>> output, however, the failure seems to originate from some undefined
>> symbols (what ever a symbol is...)
> Please try the attached patch which fixes this issue (and another one)
> for me. I have the same problems under OS X 10.4.7 but under a PPC
> box (iBook G4).
> If it works for you too, could someone responsible about the darwin
> tools commit it to the tree?
> Julio M. Merino Vidal <jmmv84_at_[hidden]>
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