Subject: [boost] [log] custom architecture and address-model
From: Vladimir Prus (vladimir_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-02-19 03:59:53
it seems that Boost.Log defines, and checks, it's own log-address-model and log-architecture and log-instruction-set
properties. Naturally, if I'm trying to make regular address-model and architecture properties always set, these
are getting in the way.
Do we really need per-library properties? If a user wants to build Boost.Log with a particular architecture, I would
think he can do:
./b2 --with-log <whatever>
If so, is everybody fine if I eliminate these custom features eventually?
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