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From: Dirk Griffioen (dirk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-15 07:01:05

Marcus - thanks for answering
> I don't know much about the program options library or the OS X locale
> tools. But I can help a little with your questions about building
> under darwin.
Ok - hopefully someone knows (or I probably will have to digg deep :)
> First of all, it is generally a good idea to stick with the gcc
> provided by Apple with the Xcode distribution. Even though the
> compiler is named gcc, you'll want to use the darwin toolset. It looks
> like this is what you've been doing. The toolset is not confused about
> what version of OS X your are running. The macosx-version-10.4 is
> indicating that 10.4 is the minimum version of OS X on which your
> built artifacts will run. At this point in time, it remains a good
> default. If you tell bjam to use macosx-version=10.5 you will be
> perhaps be abel to take advantage of 10.5-only features, but the
> resulting executables will not run under earlier OS versions. You can
> read more about this in Apple's documentation on the
> -mmacosx-version-min compiler option. See also the related -isysroot
> option.
Yes, I was building with --toolset=darwin; using macosx-version=10.5
leads to a 10.5 directory - thank you, I didn't know that :)

Anyway, I tried it, but the 'locale::facet::_S_create_c_locale name not
valid' is still there ...

> Hope this helps,
> Mat
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