Subject: Re: [boost] Adding libc++ support to boost.
From: Christopher Jefferson (chris_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-02-10 16:12:11
On 10 Feb 2011, at 21:01, Larry Evans wrote:
> On 02/10/11 14:27, Christopher Jefferson wrote:
>> I want to add support for libc++, the c++ standard library attached to clang, to boost. Fixes required should not be attached to clang, as clang can use various standard libraries. Is there a standard way I should add the library, or just add the macro where needed.
>> The best macro to use for detecting libc++ is _LIBCPP_VERSION. Hopefully the changes required will be minimal.
> The following instructions for installing libc++:
> are Mac OS X 10.6 oriented.
> To install on linux, you'll need to make some changes to those
> Also, the following modification needs to be made for
> use of std::cout in libcxx to be useful on linux:
Thanks, I am already happily running libc++ on mac, and running the boost regression tester (which is failing in lots of ways, which I want to fix).
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