From: Jürgen Hunold (hunold+lists.Boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-08 06:23:35
Hi Volodya !
Am Samstag, 8. November 2003 10:45 schrieb Vladimir Prus:
> It looks like Jamfile.v2 had "python2.2" parts if directory names not
> so long ago, and then Dave accidentally comitted a version which
> works for Windows, had no "python2.2" parts, and does not work for
Ah. That explains everything. I had checked cygwin python installation
and that has the same structure as linux, of course. Seems I have to
get a native Win32 Python installation, too.
> > V1 has some magic [check-python-config] which autodetects my manual
> > changes. It seems V2 need a similar mechanism to detect python
> > version.
> Definitely. I think I'll refrain from comitting your patch right now,
> since this will break Windows again, and will file an issue. Okay,
> it's now
> Hopefully, it will be addressed in near future. Maybe, you can try to
> use your locally modified version of Jamfile.v2 while this issue is
No problems. Now that I now what to tweak...
I don't actively use boost.python (now).
> > Volodya, it seems that my problem with "/usr/include" appearing on
> > gcc command line is the usage of boost, which gets includes from
> > boost.python usage-requirement. Thats okay.
> Ah.. that's good to know.
Good to hear.
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