From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-09 06:25:37
Thorsten Ottosen wrote:
> | > Having a standard directory for the pch-files is probably a good idea.
> | > In that case add --pch_dir=<dir>.
> | What effect does this option have for the case of manual PCH creation?
> it writes and reads the file std.pch to/from the specified directory.
But can't we just use full path in --create_pch and --use_pch options?
> | BTW, are you using Comeau on Windows? If yes, then, supposing I'll write
> | Comeau toolset for V2, could you spend a few minutes testing it? If I
> | understand correctly, that's the only toolset used now in boost
> | regressions which V2 does not have.
Thanks, I'll find the time for writing it.
> begin 666 std.zip
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Looks like your mailer likes uuecode ;-) Ok, I figured out that by saving an
email, editing it a bit, and running uudecode command line tool I still can
get the file.
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