From: Jim Douglas (jim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-22 06:26:20
Vladimir Prus wrote:
Just to complete the picture my user-config.jam contains:
using qcc : 3.3.5_cpp : : <compileflags>-V3.3.5,gcc_ntox86_cpp
using qcc : 3.3.5_gpp : : <compileflags>-V3.3.5,gcc_ntox86_gpp
> If you send me the output of test_all.py, I'll take a look.
Attached as test_all_*.txt.bz2. I did a run with each toolset in case
there are differences.
>>I have also started a run of the regression tests but I stopped when I
>>saw that there is a problem with qcc.link. I need to add 'libm' to each
>>of the linking rules because it has been omitted from the default search
>>list on this platform. I have tried adding this as FINDLIBS and
>>FINDLIBS-SA but it does not always show up in the right places.
> When I run "bjam -n qcc" on the hello example, I get this:
> qcc.link bin/qcc/debug/main
> QCC -o "bin/qcc/debug/main" "bin/qcc/debug/main.o" "bin/qcc/debug/a.o"
> -lm -gstabs+
> That is, the "-lm" is there. Is that right? Do you get "-lm" when building
> "hello"? And "libraries"?
In this context it is correct.
When I run the regression test from regression.py I get the following
failure of "math_info" with the commands:
But then if I cd to lib/config/test and run "bjam --v2 qcc-3.3.5_cpp
math_info" I get a pass with these commands:
-lm -gstabs+ -V3.3.5,gcc_ntox86_cpp
Ah! I can see now that it has something to do with threading, but then
all qcc stuff should default to multithreading and there is no switch as
with gcc. AFAIK qcc always inserts the "-pthread" option automatically
What's going on here?
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