Subject: Re: [boost] boost regex build problem
From: Vladimir Prus (vladimir_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-04-11 02:00:24
Qihong Wang wrote:
> I feel awkward to post almost the same question again. But I really have a
> problem when I build 32 bits boost.regex with icu support on a 64 bits Linux
> If I build 64 bits regex with icu support, they are fine.
> If I build 32 bits regex without icu support, they are fine.
> When I tried to build 32 bits regex with icu support, I used command for ICU
I addition to what Steven said:
> ./runConfigureICU Linux --disable-64bit-libs
> ./configure --prefix=/home/qhwang/mylibs_32/icu --disable-64bit-libs
There's no such parameter to Boost's configure.
> I checked icu libraries they are not dependent on 64bits libraries. So I'm
> confident they are 32bits.
> But when I use the command to build 32 bits regex
> ./bjam --prefix=/home/qhwang/mylibs/boost/ --with-regex
> --build-dir=/tmp/boost_build/ --build-type=complete --address-mode=32
> -sHAVE_ICU=1 -sICU_PATH=/home/qhwang/mylibs/icu/ install
> Bjam showed
> ...failed updating 4 targets...
> ...skipped 12 targets...
> ...updated 7477 targets...
> there were only static libraries built. When I linked them to my program
> which were also compiled in 32 bits, the linker complained the libraries
> were incompatable.
Do you mean that linker emitted a message that say, literally:
"the libraries are incompatible"
? I somehow doubt this is the case.
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