From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-25 05:03:15
On Wednesday 19 December 2007 18:12:25 Juergen Hunold wrote:
> Hi !
> I'm trying to build our application for 64-bit Windows using
> address-model=64. Unfortunately, we have some assembler for supporting
> legycy code on Windows, resulting in (of course different) 32 and 64bit
> assembler files.
> Now comes the question: How do I select the 64-bit assembler
> named "ml64" ?
> I've tried
> using msvc : 8.0 : : <address-model>64:<assembler>ml64 ;
> but had no luck.
> The default-assembler is hardcoded to "ml" in msvc.jam. The defaults for
> the assembler ("-coff -Zp4") are suspicious, too. They look like 32bit
> Hacking msvc.jam to use "ml64" enabled me to build the assembler file,
> but with warnings about above flags. And it is no real solution :-((
> This is not a showstopper, but would be nice to have it working...
can you file an issue https://zigzag.cs.msu.su:7813/boost.build/
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