From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-18 12:33:48
On Friday 17 November 2006 16:13, Nicola Musatti wrote:
> with BBv1 I could either use a release generic toolset as TOOLS=borland and
> have BB pick up the compiler from the environment, or a release specific
> toolset as TOOLS=borland-5_6_4 and have BB pick up the explicitly
> configured compiler. In the first case I would get release generic
> filenames as
> boost_thread-bcb-mt-d-1_34.dll while in the second case I'd get release
> specific filenames as boost_thread-bcb56-mt-d-1_34.dll .
> If I understood correctly this is not possible anymore, because you cannot
> configure a generic toolset together with specific ones for the same
> compiler. Would it be possible to have this functionality back?
I'm not sure what specific end-user functionality you mean? The possibility to
have both compiler-version-less and compiler-version-full names? Why is that
important for you? Or something else?
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