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From: mrzoth (mrzoth_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-08 16:54:55


(sorry i didn't reply ealier)
this seems to work correctly in the linux platform and so far i haven
't had any problems with it. But looking at the configuration of the
gcc toolset for bbv1, i see that some other platforms where gcc may be
used don't share the same configuration (for example windows-mingw32,
solaris, etc). I don't mean to sound annoying or anything like that
(and because i'm not really sure how to do it) is it possible to
include those settings in bbv2 for the gcc toolset too?


--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_c...> wrote:
> Hi Tiago,
> > i was trying to build boost.thread when it said i was building the
> > library without multithreading support.. i was using the gcc
> > bbv2, and i can't find any multi threading options related to gcc
> > gcc.jam, while the other compilers seems to have it working. Is
> > something that is missing intentionaly? I can see that bbv1 have
> > multi threading options implemented... is it possible to include
> > multi thread support for gcc in bbv2 too?
> I've just comitted a change that should enable threading support
with gcc.
> Make sure you building with <threading>multi (e.g.)
> bjam threading=multi
> In case you want to experinemt now, and not wait for SF to update
> anonymous CVS server, I attach the patch.
> - Volodya


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