From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-07 02:29:45
Ian Fasel wrote:
> I've noticed that if I specify
> using gcc
> in user-config then Boost attempts to use gcc even if
> I specify darwin on the command line, so
> bjam release toolset=darwin
> produces errors as shown below. However, if I specify
> "using darwin" in user-config.jam, then
> bjam release toolset=gcc
> works correctly when I am on a linux machine.
> Its minor of course, but the inconsistency can be a
> slight annoyance when rapidly going back and forth
> between platforms to test changes.
I think the reason is simple: somewhere in Boost tree, or somewhere else,
there's "import gcc". So "toolset=gcc" works even without explicit "using
gcc" in user-config.jam.
I think I've cleaned this for Boost, but I've added a todo to look again when
we start moving Boost to V2.
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