Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Getting -rdynamic to work
From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-12 13:26:07
On Sunday 12 October 2008 20:52:19 Sean Hunt wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > On Sunday 12 October 2008 02:25:27 Sean Hunt wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> I'm trying to ensure that -rdynamic is passed to the compile so as to
> >> allow my program to fetch backtraces of running programs. However, it
> >> isn't seeming to have any effect. I have tried it set on <cxxflags> and
> >> <linkflags>, and both, but to no effect.
> >> Does anyone have some advice?
> > Yes:
> > - Provide the exact Jamfile you're using.
> > - Provide the exact bjam command line
> > - Volodya
> ## Setup requirements:
> ## Put the following line in your user-config.jam or site-config.jam
> ## use-project /boost : /path/to/boost/
> project /piet
> : requirements <toolset>gcc <cxxflags>-std=c++0x
> : default-build debug
> : build-dir build
> lib Magick++ ;
> exe piet : src/main.cpp src/program.cpp src/exceptions.cpp
> /boost/program_options Magick++
> : <linkflags>-rdynamic <cxxflags>-rdynamic ;
> Pretty simple. The net result is that -rdynamic doesn't seem to work, as
> the backtrace doesn't include actual sym names usually, and this symptom
> is apparently because -rdynamic doesn't get included.
did you run "bjam -n -a" to see if -rdynamic is actually added to the
command line? It is for me.
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