From: Jürgen Hunold (hunold+lists.Boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-17 03:33:17
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Hi Vladimir !
On Monday 17 March 2003 09:02, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Hi Jürgen,
> I believe this should be now fixed. Please try again.
Yes, it compiles now. Thanks !
> > And why does V2 try to include the test-framework ? (This also
> > happens on linux ?)
> That's dues to contrived reasons --- to support dependencies on
> generated headers. I'm not happy with those extra includes, and
> will do something about it. There are other problems with generated
> headers, and one day I'll adress them all.
Ah, I see. I can live with these includes right now.
But I've got one other question:
The library names for both qt and stlport are hardcoded in qt.jam and
stlport.jam for gcc. For windows, I'd need different library names,
e.g stlport_cygwin for cygwin-gcc, stlport_win32 for msvc and so on.
Qt should even be mor problematic, because you've got something along
qt312.lib for Qt-3.1.2 on windows.
Can you give me a hint when this will be addressed ?
Or how can I do something myself ?
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