From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-04 10:28:06
[2003-06-04] Vladimir Prus wrote:
>Rasa Senkuviene wrote:
>> Build.bat (both boost-jam and boost-build) don't do its work, when
>> several Visual C++ versions are installed under Windows 2000 system -
>> too many paths are generated in command line output. Is there a
>> simple way to provide these directories without examining all the
>> code in build.bat. Or, otherwise, how exactly should look
>> cl.exe ??? ??? ??? code generated by build.bat and executed - how to
>> write this code manually?
>Try invoking "vcvars32.bat" from your preferred compiler installation
>running "build.bat". I don't have multiple installations of VC, and did not
>wrote built.bat, but this might work.
[As the writer of build.bat]
Yes, running vcvars32.bat for the installation you want to build with is
SUPPOSED to work. If it doesn't, it's a bug, and I'd like to hear about it.
>> I still can't find precompiled executables for Windows 2000 -
>Hmm.. the sourceforge download page has some executables. I'm pretty sure
>they won't work with Boost.Build V2 M3, though :-(
There is a WINNT (usable in NT, 2000, XP) executable of version 3.1.4 in
SourceForge. But it's also my understanding that you need 3.1.5 to use BBv2.
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