Date: 2007-09-03 06:32:11
> > Hm - it was a suggestion by Vladimir Prus.
> AFAIK: one problem could be that 1.34.1 already is released
> and there currently is no clean policy of how to provide bug
> fixes to the release.
> So you currently need to apply this patch locally to your
> copy of boost.build.
Yes - I know. What I want is that the next boost release will be
corrected - so that I don't need to bother with the boost.build system
> Setting the default for your platform goes like so:
> If you did not already have found out:
> Create a copy of the user-config.jam file into your home directory.
> Edit this to your needs. Boost.Build will pick it up from there.
> You can check this, if you are invoking bjam from your
> project dircetory as:
> bjam --debug-configuration
> It will show you from where your user-config.jam is being picked up.
That's not what I want. I need to know the place/file where I can place
the info that gcc on HP/UX (PA-RISC) should be default and shared
libraires should also be created by default.
Sorry - I didn't found this info in the documentation - may I overlooked
> >> And I'd recommand to put it into site-config.jam.
> This would be another possibility if you want the
> configuration for all users.
If I put 'import toolset : using ;' into it then on HP/UX for Itanium
the gcc would also be default but aCC should be.
Maybe I introduce some 'if [ os.version ] = 11.11' or so?!
> > It is annoying that I've fight to get the combination of
> gcc and HP/UX
> > 11.11 since may of this year.
I'll check this.
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