From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-05 03:01:36
> > > Where do I get the boost build for 3.1.10?
> > At http://boost.org/boost-build2
> I think it is odd that the latest boost-build on sourceforge is
> boost-build-2.0-m9.1.tar.bz2 build bjam version 3.1.8 and is
> incompatible with the current boost-jam 3.1.10
It is. Guys, maybe we should not be putting any boost-jam releases on
sourceforge unless they are known to work with V2? Or were there any
V1-related fixes in bjam?
> current is a nightly build then?
> > > How come bjam is unable to use the current directory for the library?
> > This has nothing to do with bjam. If the linker doesn't find the
> > located in the current directory, you need to add that directory to the
> > search path.
> > - Volodya
> Go figure....
Ehmm... where should I go and what should I figure? ;-) In fact, I don't know
what the above idiom means.
> I put everything in the same directory to avoid that!
If gcc does not look for libraries in the current directory, what can V2 do?
Yes, we can add "." to the search patch automatically, but if gcc don't do
it, there might be a reason?
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