From: Toon Knapen (toon.knapen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-03 07:50:35
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Toon Knapen wrote:
>>When compiling boost/libs/test/src/unit_test_result.cpp with vacpp I
>>always see '-I/usr/include' in the command-line. However I do not know
>>where it is comming from? Apparantly it should not be added to the
> Assuming you are asking about BBv1...
Yes. Sorry that I forgot to mention that.
> That might be related to the
> recent toolset changes I did. I added a SYSHDRS var to counterpart the
> existing STDHDRS var. You could try adding "STDHDRS = ;" into the
> toolset to clear out any global value it may have.
This works indeed but I do not understand why and how you changed this.
Are there compilers for which it is necessary to add an include-path to
their own headers ? And how do you decide this directory is
'/usr/include' (because this is not guaranteed to be the correct
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