Subject: Re: [boost] [gil] Ok to merge new gil's extension to release branch?
From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-03-31 18:31:05
On 03/31/2013 12:14 PM, Christian Henning wrote:
> Hi Steven,
>>> using zlib : 1.2.5 : c:/chhenning/zlib/zlib-1.2.5
>> Something along those lines. I haven't
>> worked out all the details of the interface yet.
> Can we add some zlib compiler symbols or should that be defined in
> gil::io's jam file?
It should probably be defined in your jamfile.
I assume that the defines are specific to gil::io.
I was planning to create a rule that is
analogous to configure.check-target-builds:
# Selects properties based on the status of a pre-built library.
# target must be a target reference which refers to
# an ac-library-target.
# true-properties will be used if the library was found
# false-properties will be used if the library was not found
rule ac.check-library ( target : true-properties * :
false-properties * )
which you could use like this:
run test.cpp : ...
: # requirements
[ ac.check-library /zlib//zlib :
<define>BOOST_GIL_IO_HAS_ZLIB <library>/zlib//zlib ]
>>> As you probably can guess I'm not very familiar with configuring jam
>>> files. Any help from your side would be very appreciated.
>>> Please let me know what I have to do make it to work.
>> I've had to completely reimplement the zlib module.
>> the one in the trunk was badly broken and the
>> one that you were using is lacking the ability
>> to use pre-built binaries. I expect to have it
>> ready tomorrow.
> That's awesome! Hopefully I can help out with the other 3rd party jam
> files. Let me know if you need anything.
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