From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-22 10:04:17
On Wednesday 22 February 2006 17:16, David Zweigenhaft wrote:
> We would like start using the Boost libraries in our project (especially
> the graph library).
> We use the following configuratio: Solaris (SunOS 5.9 sun4u sparc SUNW,
> Sun-Fire-V890), using Sun C++ 5.5.
When was this compiler released? I believe that even the latest version from
Sun has problems with Boost. The previous versions are almost hopeless.
> The build process create only 6 libraries and a "...skipping XXX
> targets" messages apears.
> The questions are:
> 0: If someone know that Solaris/sunpro porting is impossible or
> very difficault, pls let me know ASAP !!!
It is very difficult, I believe, because that compiler is buggy and Boost, and
in particular the graph library, is very template intensive.
> 1 does Boost support porting to Solaris/sunpro toolset?.
I don't understand the question, sorry. I suppose you can adjust some boost
libraries that don't work on that compiler so that they work, but nobody will
tell for sure if that's possible and how much time it will take.
> 2. if the answer is yes, pls notify me the exact process and
> 3. if you have makefiles, please send them to me
> 4. I would like to create the makefiles by myself, but I didn't
> understand the project tree (LIB - source & include dictionary, ect')
> can anybody guide me how to do that ?
You mean, how to create makefiles. Sorry, this would have to be manual work.
> what is the project tree ?
Sorry, I don't understand the question.
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