From: Andrej van der Zee (mavdzee_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-25 18:23:18
Thanks for your reply.
My intention is to write a cross-platform application
(Linux, AIX and Windows) using the boost libraries -
and maybe Qt in the future. I was wondering, can I use
bjam with gcc 4.2.3 or 4.3.0 on Windows to produce a
win32 executables? Do the boost libraries on Windows
compile properly with gcc? My assumption is that using
the same compiler on all platforms will make it
simpler, right? Any thoughts on this?
--- Maik Beckmann <beckmann.maik_at_[hidden]>
> Am Sonntag 25 Mai 2008 15:05:42 schrieb Frank
> > I successfully use Eclipse and BJam and MSVC
> together. Note: the CDT
> > contains a "Visual-C error parser" to make errors
> visible in eclipse.
> AFAIK the CDT cannot debug binaries compiled with
> the msvc, this is a
> However, if you just want to ensure the code
> compiles with the msvc and do the
> real work with CDT+gcc its fine. This is what I do,
> if I have to work at
> windows :o)
> -- Maik
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