From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-25 01:09:22
On Tuesday 24 May 2005 19:31, Craig Rodrigues wrote:
> Is anyone out there actively using
> MacOS X 10.4 (Tiger) and BBv2?
> I just got access to a 10.4 box,
> and when I tried to use
> BBv2 with the darwin.jam toolset configured,
> I got compilation errors because the compiler flag
> -fcoalesce-templates was removed in the GCC 4.0
> which comes with 10.4.
> How do people typically work around these BBv2 problems
> with Mac? g++-3.3 which comes with 10.4 (and older
> MacOS X releases) still supports that flag.
IIRC, V1 has had this problem recently, and now has:
if ! [ MATCH "(g[+][+])" : $(.GXX) ]
flags darwin C++FLAGS : -fcoalesce-templates ;
I guess the idea is to add "-fcoalesce-templates" only if compiler name is not
g++-4.0? Can anybody clarify?
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