From: Jurko GospodnetiÄ (jurko.gospodnetic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-20 11:20:34
> What do you see if you compile thread library examples?
I just tried building boost thread examples on the trunk on Windows
using MSVC 7.1. and all worked fine.
Used the command 'bjam --toolset=msvc' in the
There were no errors and all warning messages I got were about
boost::mutex and boost::intrusive_ptr<T> needing to have a DLL interface
in order to be used by clients of class boost::thread. Not really sure I
understand the warnings but did not go into them at the moment... Final
message displayed was '...updated 39 targets...'.
So my guess is that this is caused by something in your configuration...
Has this perhaps been resolved since?
Does this same command in this same folder work for you?
In case it does not, could you run the bjam command with the
'--debug-building' option and paste the results? That was we can see
exactly which <tag> properties got assigned to the problematic target
which could give us a clue what to grep for to find the problem...
Hope this helps.
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