From: Chris Drexler (CKolumbus_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-05 03:11:16
On Fri, Sep 05, 2003 at 09:56:00AM +0400, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> David Abrahams wrote:
> > That's not the way I intended for intel support to work, though it
> > seems to be a decent stopgap measure. intel is supposed to be a
> > vendor variant, so that we can have an intel.jam toolset which
> > inherits from msvc and sets the vendor.
does anyone have a minimalistic 'intel.jam' file available. Right
now I don't understand enough of the inheritance stuff to write it
completely on my own. The advantage of this way would be to have
special compile/link option for the intel compiler.
> I've actually tried
> using msvc : : "P:/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio/vc98" : :
> vcvars32-p.bat ;
> using msvc : : "P:/Program Files/Something" : intel : vcvars32-p.bat
> icl ;
> Together with
> exe a : a.cpp b ;^M
> obj b : b.cpp : <toolset-msvc:vendor>intel ;
> But it causes all compiles to be done with intel: seems like
> <toolset-msvc:vendor>intel is the default value.
Vldimir: Having set the version number correctly (my fault: typo)
it finally works as expected/wanted. THANKS A LOT!
As said: if someone has an 'intel.jam' file I would try this too.
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