From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-05-12 04:23:36
Michael Stevens wrote:
> On Wednesday 12 May 2004 09:18, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > I'm not sure, either. More specifically, I'm not sure we'll handle
> > intel-linux-8.0 correctly. The dash would make sense of "linux" were just
> > a subvariant of <toolset>intel, but since intel on linux and windows has
> > different command line interface, I'm not sure having one toolset with
> > two subvariants makes sense.
> I think technically it works! It is possible to have icc-linux.jam (which
> derives from gcc) and icc-windows.jam (from msvc). It is all horribly
> confusing however.
> > As for icclinux vs. intellinux -- I think I'd prefer the first, but it's
> > not very important, IMO.
> A good idea to choose a name so we don't have to change our user-config and
I'm not sure what you mean. Intel toolset exists only in V1, so why anyone
should change user-config?
> 'icclinux' seems to be the most popular.
Hmm... doesn't V1 has "intel-linux" ?
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