From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-18 02:28:21
On Thursday 18 November 2004 02:15, Michael Peterson wrote:
> I've just installed STLport-5.0-0125 and boost_1_31_0. I want to use
> bbv2 and so I've setup my environment so that bjam --v2 is invoked.
> However, I've learned via the bbv2 docs that the old command line,
> bjam "-sTOOLS=gcc-stlport" ...
> no longer works and than I need to use this
> bjam toolset=<name of toolset> ...
> What is the toolset name I need to use that is equivalent to
There's none, you'd use <toolset>gcc, because in V2 toolsets are orthogonal
> Also, how do I control whether to use stlport's i/o
> streams, etc. ala bbv1?
Here's the comment from v2/tools/stlport.jam:
# The STLPort is usable by means of 'stdlib' feature. When
# stdlib=stlport is specified, default version of STLPort will be used,
# while stdlib=stlport-4.5 will use specific version.
# The subfeature value 'hostios' means to use host compiler's iostreams.
bjam toolset=gcc stdlib=stlport
would use stlport, and
bjam toolset=gc stdlib=stlport-hostios
would use stlport with gcc iostreams.
As usual, appropriate
using stlport : .......... ;
is needed. The parameters can be obtained with
bjam --help stlport.init
using stlport : : /usr/include/stlport ;
and can successfully run
bjam stdlib=stlport runtime-debugging=off
in example/hello. (I don't have debug version of STLPort installed, that's why
runtime-debugging is off above).
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