From: Jim Douglas (jim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-21 04:02:16
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> On Tuesday 21 March 2006 10:20, Jim Douglas wrote:
>>With bbv1 I used the toolset names "qcc-3.3.5-cpp" and "qcc-3.3.5-qpp"
>>which decodes roughly as
>><qnx toolchain> - <gcc compiler version> - <C++ std lib variant>
>>Now with bbv2 if I try to construct a toolset name from the base toolset
>>"qcc" with variant/version "3.3.5-cpp" it fails due to the use of a
>>hyphen, so I have to change it to an underscore i.e. "3.3.5_cpp".
>>The problem here is that all the bbv1 entries in
>>explicit-failures-markup.xml no longer work for bbv2. :-(
>>Before I hack the xml file I thought I woukd just check that the above
>>is correct and there is no way I can construct bbv2 toolset names that
>>are compatible with bbv1.
> I'm afraid it's not possible. V2 believes that dash separate values of
> "subfeatures", and "cpp"/qpp" are just convenient names you use, so they must
> be joined to the version number with underscore. I'm afraid this is a bit
> hard to change at the moment.
Does that mean that the subfeature of the C++ Std Library could be
specified using the "qcc-3.3.5-cpp" notation? Or is this a topic for a
future discussion after we have made the initial switch to bbv2?
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