Subject: [Boost-build] Help building 64-bit boost libs on Mac OS X!
From: fischerandom (andreas.thyrhaug_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-10 12:01:39
I want to build boost 1.36 under Mac OS X 10.5, using the GNU g++ compiler
I am not using Xcode for this, but Xcode 3.0 is also installed on the
I have already built boost 1.36 like this on my Mac:
# make install
--prefix=/usr/local --exec-prefix=/usr/local --libdir=/usr/local/lib
--includedir=/usr/local/include --with-date_time --with-filesystem
--with-iostreams --with-program_options --with-serialization --with-system
(a few thousand lines more was output - no errors reported)
So now I have the libraries:
It worked fine! However, the result was 32-bit builds of the boost
and what I need is 64-bit builds of the boost libraries!
Note: The Mac I use has a 64-bit processor, a MacBook Pro with an Intel Core
I have successfully built applications that compile and link an 64-bit
executable on the system
with thease flags in my Makefile:
CXXFLAGS = -arch x86_64
LDFLAGS = -arch x86_64
I guess that those compiler and linker flags need to be passed to g++
by bjam when building the boost libraries.
Any help is very much appreciated!
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