Subject: Re: [boost] [Log, Filesystem] Build errors using B2 and Jamfiles distributed with Boost
From: Norbert Wenzel (norbert.wenzel.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-08-02 05:02:15
On 08/01/2015 02:34 PM, Andrey Semashev wrote:
> On 01.08.2015 14:15, Norbert Wenzel wrote:
>> Since the error can be triggered by changing the Boost version I reckon
>> this is due to a change in one of the Jamfiles (probably Boost.Log) and
>> not a problem of Boost.Build per se. But for reference I use Boost.Jam
>> Version 2014.03 (the one distributed with 1.58).
> Between 1.57 and 1.58 there were no changes to Boost.Log build system,
> except the switch to Boost.Config checks for the target architecture. I
> believe there was a change in Boost.Build that started causing this.
Thanks for your quick reply. Filesystem also did not change between the
I tried to use the Jamfiles from 1.57 to build 1.58, but that did not
work. Even when copying the old context/config from 1.57 there were
errors because the same config target had been built twice (error:
unknown feature "<abi>"). I have not had time to look for differences
between context/config config/checks/architecture but since these were
recognized as the same project by bjam is it safe to assume they are
very much the same?
> I'm not a Boost.Build expert but as a quickfix you could try building
> Boost with all features explicitly set as listed in the error message.
That does not work, since I can not set <abi> in my local Jamfile,
because it is reported as an unknown feature. Is it possible to declare
properties like <abi> inside Jamfiles which should be referenced in my
local Jamfile explicitely?
>> *) The exact error message I got:
>> error: Name clash for
>> error: Tried to build the target twice, with property sets having
>> error: these incompatible properties:
>> error: - none
>> error: - <abi>sysv <binary-format>elf <log-api>generic
>> <preserve-test-targets>on <python-debugging>off <python>2.7
>> <testing.execute>on <threadapi>pthread
>> error: Please make sure to have consistent requirements for these
>> error: properties everywhere in your project, especially for install
>> error: targets.
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