From: Martin Schulz (Martin.Schulz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-28 03:25:44
you should not link your _application_ against boost test at all.
IMHO, you should compile the test cases in a separate executable that
runs all tests one after the other.
The simplest way to avoid any link hassle there is to have a single cpp
And compile this (together with your test cases) into a command line
executable. That way, the linker has a little bit more to do on each
compiler run, but you do avoid any mismatch of compiler options and the
-- Dr. Martin Schulz (schulz_at_[hidden]) Senior R&D Engineer Synopsys GmbH Karl-Hammerschmidt-Str. 34 D-85609 Dornach, Germany Munich office: +49 (89) 993-20203 Home office: +49 (721) 6099511 http://www.synopsys.com > -----Original Message----- > From: boost-bounces_at_[hidden] [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] > On Behalf Of Duft Markus > Sent: Donnerstag, 28. Februar 2008 08:42 > To: boost_at_[hidden] > Subject: [boost] Problem linking Boost Unit Test Library on windows (1.33.0) > > Hi! > > I have a problem linking our application on windows. Somebody added test > cases using the boost unit test library, and since then windows won't > link anymore. The problem is, that the boost library contains a "main" > and doesn't seem to contain a "init_unit_test_suite" function (am I > missing a library?). It works on all other systems, is windows > unsupported there? > > Is there any more information I should gather for you to see the > problem, or is this a known issue (I remember seeing something on the > list about this, but I think it was about a newer boost version. Can any > eventually made changes be expressed as a patch for 1.33.0 so I can > locally fix the issue, and won't need an upgrade)? > > Cheers, Markus > _______________________________________________ > Unsubscribe & other changes: > http://lists.boost.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/boost