From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-22 03:14:26
On Monday 20 March 2006 21:42, Matt England wrote:
> (I'm attempting to re-post this; it didn't seem to make it to the list the
> first post attempt I made on 3/10/06. Did the moderator not accept this
> message? This seems like a legitimate question, if not an aggressive
> attempt at cross-compiles. -Matt)
Did you recieve my off-list email? There's some technical problem -- the
mailing list software repeatedly asked me to approve your post, but when I
tried it said there are no pending posts at all.
> I'm attempting to build Boost 1.32.0 libraries using a Debian-sarge-based,
> mingw cross compiler (build mingw targets on a Debian system) by running
> bjam under Wine (<http://www.winehq.com/>).
> Is this feasible? Has anyone done it? Any recommendations, tips, or
I did experimented with building using borland compiler under Debian, and IIRC
compiling worked flawlessy, but linking had some issues. I don't remember
exactly though. I did it by just using "wine ...../bcc32.exe" as compiler
command in Boost.Build V2.
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