From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-11 03:25:12
> In our project, there is one file that needs to be compiled with a lower
> level optimisation as all other files in a release build. The reason is
> that the algorithm in that file looses numeric precision with the
> highest level of optimisation. My question now is: how to achive this
> with bjam?
> I have for instance :
> lib libfoobar : foo.cpp bar.cpp : <threading>multi ;
> I can for instance suppress optimisation on the whole library doing:
> lib libfoobar : foo.cpp bar.cpp : <threading>multi <optimization>off ;
> However this suppresses optimization for the whole library. So how can I
> only suppress the optimisation in bar.cpp?
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