From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-27 18:04:01
[2003-10-27] chyipin wrote:
>--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], Rene Rivera <grafik666_at_r...> wrote:
>> [2003-10-27] chyipin wrote:
>> >Retrieving the latest version of boost from
>> >boost-consulting.com is not working, the cvs process stops after
>> >retrieving the libs folder (i.e., died while retrieving
>> >boost/libs/utility/tmpw2001-paper/ )
>> >I retrieve the latest version of boost from
>> >cvs.boost.sourceforge.net, but the latest build doesn't work.
>> >referenced in numbers.jam is unknown. 'calc' doesn't exists on
>> >systems (calc also doesn't exist on most versions of unix-type
>> >OSes). I'm trying to use boost in a windows machine. Please
>> >I can't even get bjam --version to display properly.
>> Rebuild bjam from the sources you just got.
>I did rebuild bjam from the sources.
Which sources? What does "bjam -v" say for you?
>What I got now:
>C:\boost> bjam --v2 --version
>error: Boost.Jam version 3.1.5 or later required
>C:\boost\tools\build> bjam --v2 --version
>error: Boost.Jam version 3.1.7 or later required
PS. The CALC mentioned above has nothing to do with Unix. It's a bjam
builting we added last week. Hence the need to use a bjam built from CVS
when using source from CVS.
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