From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-29 10:28:44
On Sunday 29 June 2008 18:14:43 simonvifr_at_[hidden] wrote:
> It is now ok for running the icl.exe in the same command prompt.
> However the following command prompt generate errors : bjam --with-system --toolset=intel stage
> I have then added "--debug-configuration" but I have still errors when executing the command prompt : bjam --with-system --toolset=intel --debug-configuration stage
> The error messages are :
> libs\system\src\error_code.cpp(90): error: namespace "std" has no member "strerror"
> const char * c_str = std::strerror( ev );
> compilation aborted for libs\system\src\error_code.cpp (code 2)
Okay, so it appears that the intel compiler is invoked correctly, and then reports
an error of the source code itself. At this point, I don't think it's Boost.Build
issue, but either issue with the Boost.System library, or the Intel compiler -- I
suggest you ask at boost_at_[hidden], making sure "[system]" is in email subject.
> An other error message is :
> notice: [cmdline-cfg] Detected command-line request for intel: toolset= intel version=
> notice: [cmdline-cfg] toolset intel not previously configured; attempting to auto-configure now
What makes you think this is an error message -- it is not.
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