From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-08-27 19:16:58
Matt England wrote:
> At 8/26/2006 01:02 PM, Matt England wrote:
>> We are under the impression that the 'bjam --layout="system"' switch is
>> supposed to eliminate this '-mt' stuff (like it seems to do well for the
>> other 3-4 boost libs we use), but _thread is a problem. And why does a
>> library that supports threads need to be marked as multi threaded?
> I've adjusted the above script to create '-mt' soft links to the non-'-mt'
> files. Things seem to be better now.
> But I like to know why I have to do this in the first place and/or if
> there's anything my project can do differently to avoid these issues.
> Note, our project doesn't seem to be the only one to experience this stuff:
My guess is that all of these are related to the RedHat RPM layout,
which is different than either the --layout=versioned and --layout=system.
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