From: MaurÃcio (gclbb-jamboost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-04-23 11:55:41
>> Sorry. Now it works. (...)
> Well, that should not cause any problems. It would be still
> great if you could describe was what the problem and how
> to reproduce it.
No problems. I download boost_1_30_0.zip and bjam-3.1.4-1-ntx86.zip
from sourceforge into directory Desktop/boost ("C:\Documents and
Settings\mc.DEBORAH\Desktop\boost"). Then I unzip both in that same
directory and, using cmd.exe (Windows console. If I use cygwin bash I
get the same problem) I cd to boost_1_30_0. There, I type:
..\bjam 1> stdout 2> stderr
After a lot of time, I get the following message in a dialog box:
The instruction at "0x0040edd4" referenced memory at "0x00000008". The
memory could not be "written".
The stdout and stderr files are attached as tar.bz2.
I'm using Windows 2000 SP3. It's a Pentium III with 256Mb of RAM, and
there is 1.7Gb of free space in drive C:.
If you want me to do other tests, just give me the command line.
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