From: Monica Gretzer (gretmo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-31 11:17:23
I want to install the Boost libraries and use them in C++ programs that I compile with a uclinux-compiler. The compiler source code is located in a directory that we can call DIR. When I install the Boost libraries I try
bjam "sTOOLS=gcc" "--prefix=DIR" install
The problem is that when I try to compile my testcode with the uclinux-compiler, I get errors like:
..../libboost_thread.so: undefined reference to 'strerror_at_GLIBC_2.0'
..../libboost_thread.so: undefined reference to 'pthread_once_at_GLIBC_2.0'
What do I have to do to make it possible to compile a program with boost threads with my uclinux-compiler? The program works when I compile with the normal g++ compiler.
Thanks a lot in advance.
/ Monica Gretzer
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