From: Rob Boehne (robb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-07-02 14:57:48
That is unfortunate. We are using the IBM xlclang++ compiler front-end, and boost's current build system can't do anything with it. Fixing that looks like a fairly large project, so I am planning on waiting until CMake can build it.
If the source distributions contain CMakeList.txt files for the subset of boost libraries we use on AIX, we might still be able to use it. Is there a post or page where can I find more information about the project to switch to CMake, and perhaps get involved?
ï»¿On 7/2/21, 9:50 AM, "Boost on behalf of Peter Dimov via Boost" <boost-bounces_at_[hidden] on behalf of boost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
Rob Boehne wrote:
> With the recent changes to add CMake files, will the boost 1.77.0 release build
> with CMake?
Hard to say because many libraries have not been merged to master yet, but
probably not. 1.78 will probably be the first that is somewhat-buildable.
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