From: u2sander (usander_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-13 03:25:23
--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], Rene Rivera <grafik.list_at_r...>
> I'd suggest attempting to use the mingw toolset in Linux. Since it
> gcc toolset, and sets the -mthreads for you, it might work as is.
> You will have to copy and modify it of course. First off to prevent
> -pthread you can convince the gcc tools that it's on a windows
> local NT = 1 ;
> ..before the "extends-toolset gcc" line.
yeah, that worked great for the static libs. The only problem left
shared libs, which are generated with the .so suffix and without an
I have tried to understand why this happens but I have to admit that
I have no
idea. Does anybody know how I could force bjam to do that link phase
does on windows?
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