Subject: Re: [boost] Adding libc++ support to boost.
From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-02-17 07:19:22
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.
Unfortunately, libc++, as of a few weeks ago, was having problems with
a simple hello world program:
A partial solution for linux was proposed here:
However, that wouldn't handle microsoft's standard lib, as indicated
I'd guess Howard would appreciate feedback on how to do solve the
microsoft problem (as well as any other platform) on that thread.
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