Subject: Re: [boost] Can't build boost 1.48 with STLport 5.2.1
From: Robert Dailey (rcdailey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-02-10 12:41:04
On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 11:30 AM, Andrey Semashev <andrey.semashev_at_[hidden]
> On Friday, February 10, 2012 10:44:52 Robert Dailey wrote:
> > Thanks for your response Andrey.
> > I have the following libraries in my STLport/lib directory:
> > stlport_static.lib
> > stlportd.5.2.lib
> > stlportd_static.lib
> > stlportstld.5.2.lib
> > stlportstld_static.lib
> > stlport.5.2.lib
> > These are simply the libraries that are generated by following the build
> > instructions for STLport, I didn't rename or move anything. I assumed
> > Boost should be easily able to make assumptions about where to find
> > if I don't modify them.
> > Do you see any issues with the libs here? Are there perhaps some options
> > missing from my command line invocation?
> Ok, the libraries seem fine, assuming they reside in the directories you
> specified in the user-config.jam file.
> Another suggestion. Do the errors only mention wchar_t versions of STL
> API? In
> VS2003, by default the compiler used wchar_t typedef instead of making it a
> distinct type. Boost.Build adds /Zc:wchar_t so that the compiler treats
> wchar_t as a distinct type. But was this parameter present when you
> STLPort? You can open STLPort dlls in dependency walker to see whether they
> export symbols with wchar_t or unsigned short in their signature.
I'm not seeing anything in Dependency walker that looks useful. All the
functions listed by Dependency Walker look like:
No "wchar_t" or "unsigned short".
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