From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-01 14:30:59
David Abrahams wrote:
> Martin Wille <mw8329_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>David Abrahams wrote:
>>>How are people testing with intel-linux 8.0? I've just installed the
>>>intel 8.0 compiler on my linux box and the toolset supplied by Boost
>>>doesn't even come close to being configurable to target that compiler.
>>>I have a modified toolset, but I don't want to check anything in
>>>until I know more.
>>My intel-8.0-linux toolset looks rather simple:
>>INTEL_LINUX_VERSION = "80" ;
>>INTEL_LINUX_ROOT = "/opt/intel" ;
>>include $(BOOST_ROOT)"/tools/build/v1/intel-linux-tools.jam" ;
>>However, I created a symbolic link named "compiler80" in
>>"/opt/intel". The link points to "/opt/intel_cc_80" which is
>>the install location here. Additionally, I created another
>>symbolic link named "ia32" inside "/opt/intel_cc_80". That
>>link points to ".".
>>This procedure worked fine for me, but I don't think
>>this should be required to be done by the end-user.
> What do you think of the enclosed patch?
Not that I was personally asked ;-) ... But I think it will break use of
versions 6 and 7 as they don't install to /opt/intel_cc_<version>.
So adding a check for the version would be nice.
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