From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-25 08:06:58
On Tuesday 25 April 2006 02:36, Ian Fasel wrote:
> On darwin, "gcc-4.0 -arch ppc64" seems to be all that is needed -- I
> also had to pass "-arch ppc64" to the linker as well. I managed to
> build boost-1-33-1 this way and have used it for some 64-bit
> projects, but some modules failed to build completely. In particular
> the testing framework didn't build (or maybe it just failed to link,
> I can't remember).
Then, you should be able to run Boost regression tests are documented here:
by putting the following to your user-config.jam:
using darwin : 4.0 : :
<compileflags>"-arch ppc64" <linkflags>"-arch ppc64" ;
using python : ........ ;
> Do I also need e.g., some other defines, to let the preprocessor know
> that this is being built in 64-bit mode (so that e.g., macros for 64-
> bit clean-ness get turned on)?
> If it would be helpful I can come back with more detailed info about
> the problems I ran into, if anyone could help me debug it.
I think it would be helpful. I've no experience with OSX, but others on Boost
list might suggest solutions for the problems you have.
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