From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-15 02:09:39
Mark Elston wrote:
> I have been trying to find a way to change the compiler settings
> for compiling an app with gcc using bjam V2.
> Everytime I run bjam it uses gcc (or g++) with the -Wall and
> -ftemplate-depth-100 and -fno-inline. How do I go about
> changing these parameters?
The "-fno-inline" is there only for <inlining>off. To turn it on, you can
1. Pass "inlining=on" on the command line
2. Add "<inlining>on" to project requirements
3. Add "<inlining>on" to project "default build"
The '-Wall' and '-ftemplate-depth-100' are hardcoded in gcc.jam. However, you
on the command line and those options will appear on the command line after
hardcoded ones, disabling all warnings and increasing template depth,
respectively. Of course, those properties can be set in project requirements
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