Subject: Re: [boost] [1.50.0] Release candidates available for testing
From: Jurko GospodnetiÄ (jurko.gospodnetic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-06-26 06:19:22
> Good builds on Windows 7 - 32 Bit
> VC8 - 32 & 64
> VC9 - 32 & 64
> VC10- 32 & 64
> Libraries were (briefly) tested on and link/execute on 32 & 64 bit projects.
> On the other hand, my resulting binaries were two times larger than even
> the 1.50 beta build. 32-bit binaries went from 4.5GB to 9GB, 64-bit
> binaries went from 6GB to 12GB.
> Previously (for the 1.50 beta) the build only copied the libraries such as
> "libboost_libraryname-vcXX-opts-1_50.lib" to the stage directory, now it
> copies that plus the (identical) copy without the "1_50" in the name,
> doubling the size. Is this some build option that had its default changed?
Yes, there was a fix related to this in boostcpp.jam (revision.
I think that was the intended behaviour all along (to have both
versioned and unversioned library variants built when the
--layout=versioned is requested) but there were some typos in code that
were silently causing the unversioned variants not to be built as expected.
If this is something that should no be done - it is easy to disable
again, but I guess thats for the release manager to say - what he wants
the Boost library build to do.
Hope this helps.
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