From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-21 01:17:33
On Sunday 21 October 2007 13:32:48 Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
> "Vladimir Prus" <ghost_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> > Gennadiy Rozental wrote:
> >> Did BB missed iostream library?
> > I don't know about any compiler where 'iostream library' has to
> > be explicitly linked to.
> Sun CC for example
Can you elaborate? I don't see anything in sun.jam to that effect.
> > Maybe, you've misinstalled borland, or it's somehow functionally limited
> > version?
> It's regular Turbo C++ installation
I'm afraid I don't know what's "Turbo C++", and if I understand discussion
on boost-devel correctly, you did not know that Turbo C++ exists until
recently as well. So, I have no idea what's "regular Turbo C++ installation"
is -- I think we might have to ask Borland experts.
> > What's content of .rsp file?
Ok, nothing suspicious there.
> > What happens if you run the same command on command manually?
> The same result
> > Does the error goes away if you remove some of the options, in particular
> > those:
> > -tWD -tWC -tWR -tWC -WM-
1. Try building the tools/build/v2/example/hello with borland,
and see if same error appears.
2. If so, try to build it with all permutations of
3. If 'hello' does not fail, try building your target with
the same permutations.
4. Try building an .cpp files containing just empty
main by hand.
> > My guess is that this compiler has only some flavours of standard library.
> Ok. How do I make it use it?
Again, I don't know. Maybe borland experts will be able to help.
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