From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-05-03 21:22:04
David P. Riedel wrote:
> everything ?builds ok and the 3.4 compiler is called in the build. but
> when i use ldd on the .so libraries, i see that the libraries reference
> the default gcc libraries in /usr/lib instead of the libraries in
Then there is something broken with your build/install of gcc-3.4. GCC
adds the required references to it's internal libraries. If the
libraries are close relatives of the default system ones then you might
need to set your LD_LIBRARY_PATH to point it elsewhere.
> what i need to do is to be able to pass the rpath option to the linker.
> ? if i were calling gcc myself to do the linking i would do something like:
> /usr/local/gcc_3.4/bin/g++ <bunch of link options> -Xlinker -rpath
> -Xlinker /usr/local/gcc_3.4/lib
> this will accomplish what i need to do.
> is there a way to direct bjam to do this when i invoke it to build the
> boost libraries?
You can by specifying the BUILD request as such:
But I would recomend against it. It ties the executable to that
location. It's better to set up the LD_LIBRARY_PATH correctly.
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