From: leper (lepparmunna_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-20 16:14:28
I'm brand new to this, but I've just spent my morning trying to use bjam to
build gcc libraries for boost.
I've carefully followed instructions from these two websites:
But after running, bjam leaves my Boost\lib folder empty (That is, it
creates the folder, but does not put anything in it.)
At the end of the bjam output:
...failed updating 1400 targets...
...skipped 574 targets...
If anyone knows what is happening, or if there are downloadable .libs for
gcc (I'm using DevC++ 126.96.36.199, by the way) please let me know!
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