From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-29 08:21:58
On Friday 29 August 2008 13:06:17 Matteo Mandelli wrote:
> I'm trying to compile for PowerPC from i386 both Linux.
> I have to use my compiler but can't find how to do it...
> till now I created a user-config.jam with this line
> using gcc : ppc : /opt/toolchains/440EPx/usr/bin/powerpc-linux-g++ ;
> and then I use this command line for compile
> bjam --build-dir=/home/boost_lib --toolset=gcc-ppc --with-thread
> --with-serialization stage
> But I have these lines if I debug the configuration
> notice: [cmdline-cfg] toolset gcc-ppc not previously configured;
> attempting to auto-configure now
> notice: will use 'g++' for gcc, condition <toolset>gcc-ppc
This means your user-config.jam is not found. Use --debug-configuration
to see which one is actually loaded, and see documentation on
boost.org/boost-build2 for a table of where you can put user-config.jam
so that it is found.
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