From: Prashant Thakre (prashant.thakre_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-27 14:12:36
On 28/02/07, Boris Gubenko <Boris.Gubenko_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> As John said: compiling -mt (which results in _REENTRANT and _RW_MULTI_THREAD
> macros being set) is the *only* way to ensure thread safety.
Actually, I was refering to the *-mt* flag which is hardcoded in
acc.jam i.e. there is no way to build single threaded libraries on
HP-UX. Command line is always: "aCC -mt +DD64". Please see acc.jam.
> for more details.
From the link:
[John] If so then BOOST_HAS_THREADS should get turned on
automatically when building in multithread-mode *only* in
This fails to happen if I remove the hardcoded *-mt* flag and instead
instruct bjam to build both sinlge and multi threaded versions of the
Problems with bjam probably ? Seems like it's not passing *-mt* flag
to the compiler for multi-threaded build.
-- regards, Prashant Thakre
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