From: Marty Fried (public.forums_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-12 13:20:34
Back on Thu, 11 Oct 2007 19:52:22 -1000, while hiding out in
gmane.comp.lib.boost.build,David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]>
surprised everyone by saying:
>on Wed Oct 10 2007, "Marty Fried" <public.forums-AT-gmail.com> wrote:
>> We were able to build 1_33_1 successfully after a lot of grief, I'm told.
>> Now I'm trying to build 1_34_1. I was successful building on Windows, and
>> Red Hat linux, so I was feeling fairly confident for aix. :-)
>> I built bjam with no problems, both with gcc (by mistake), then xlC. I was
>> told gcc did not work and I should use xlC.
>That surprises me. Who told you that?
Hi - Sorry, I was too vague (due to my lack of full understanding of the
problem. I'm just coming up to speed on existing code using 1_33_1.
The problem with gcc on aix is not anything to do with Boost; evidently,
there are problems building our application on aix using gcc, which is not
the native compiler for aix.
Currently, we build on aix using xlC (aka, Visual Age C++), on Linux
using gcc, and Windows using MSVC. This is why we like Boost so much. :)
Unfortunately, I still can't get filesystem to build on aix. :(
The errors I get are too complicated for my simple mind. I guess I should
post the problem on boost_users rather than here for that.
Sorry for the confusion.
-- Marty Fried
Left Coast, USA
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