From: Simon Atanasyan (atanasyan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-28 05:33:20
Sun C++ requires some command line options to be able to compile Boost
libraries. At least you should use -livarry=stlport4. Take a look at
my Boost HowTo at http://blogs.sun.com/sga/entry/boost_mini_howto.
It's dedicated to Boost 1.32. Please note that you have to apply patch
to make Boost 1.32 compatible to Sun C++. Boost 1.34 works quite good
without any patches. Take a look at
http://blogs.sun.com/sga/entry/how_to_compile_boost_1 and comments to
2007/7/27, Amit Parate <amit.parate_at_[hidden]>:
> We are using the Boost Regex library for C++ in 1 of our projects. I have
> downloaded Boost Regex version 1.30. The library compiled fine on Linux with
> GCC compiler. But we use Sun Solaris 5.9 on 1 of the production boxes with
> Sun Studio 10 compiler. And it is giving us compilation errors while trying
> to install the libraries there.
> Is there any way you can let us know the appropriate thing to do? I am
> attaching the output from the ./configure script and the makefile output.
> We tried to debug an error and kind of fixed it. I am attaching the change
> that I made.
-- Simon Atanasyan Sun C++ Development Team
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