From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-24 04:49:31
On Thursday 24 April 2008 12:30:31 Dag Henriksson wrote:
> gcc has the ability to have the same header file precompiled for different targets (for example debug and release), and put in a directory, named like precompiled.h.gch. The compiler will automatically find a suitable .gch file in that directory when looking for the .gch file.
> Is it possible to use that feature with cpp-pch in boost.build? If so, how? If not, how should that situation be handled? Now, if there exists a debug version of the .gch file and I compile for release, there will be a warning that the .gch file is compiled with different settings, and the precompiled file will not be used.
Should not the PCH end up in directory like "bin/debug" or "bin/release" and consequence used only when
building the right variant, when using Boost.Build? Is this not happening, or there's some other issue?
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