From: Norbert Unterberg (nunterberg_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-19 14:29:57
Norbert Unterberg schrieb:
> Vladimir Prus schrieb:
>> On Monday 15 January 2007 19:18, Norbert Unterberg wrote:
>>> We are running a cross compiler toolchain under Cygwin/Windows. This
>>> toolchain uses a cuistomized gcc compiler to generate code for a linux
>> Do you mean the extension is wrong, or that the build process is wrong?
>> I've looked at the code in question and there are very few platform-specific
> The build does not succeed.
> I have downloaded and extracted boost, so I have a boost_1_33_1 folder.
> I then downloaded boost-jam-3.1.13-1-ntx86 and copied the bjam.exe into
> this folder.
Ok, some additional information that might help.
A collegue has downloaded the bjam sources and compiled them under cygwin. When
using this self-made bjam to cross-build boost, bjam produces the correct *.a
static libraries, but still produces dll files instead of .so files as shared
libraries. And the files are really windows DLLs, you can open them with the
dependency viewer and see that they reference the cygwin.dll.
Unfortunately, I do not know the command line my collegue used to build boost.
Maybe this is just because I do not know the correct bjam switch?
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