From: Felix E. Klee (felix.klee.jamboost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-01-10 09:41:07
On Friday 10 January 2003 15:24, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > Then it's not of much value for me, currently. I prefer using Kylix BCB
> > to gcc due to it's high compilation speed (especially at home where I
> > only have a 550MHz Celeron powered machine).
> Understood. Adding support for more compilers is what we're trying now. So
> far, I have only a minimal version of borland toolset for windows.
> Maybe, you could help with Kylix when we come to it? (In fact, I'm about to
> download it now, but if you use it regularly you must know the toolset)
AFAIK Kylix BCB is pretty similar to BCB 6 for Windows (don't have experience
with that Windows version, though). So, "translating" your Borland toolset
from Windows to LINUX probably isn't that hard. If you could send it to me,
then I can try it out. I'm still a newbie to Boost, hower, so don't expect to
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