Subject: [Boost-build] darwin: precompiled headers
From: Jeroen van der Wulp (J.v.d.Wulp_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-08 18:04:01
The darwin toolset uses the gcc precompiled header generator, but it
generates names that end in .pch instead of .gch. As a result the
precompiled headers are never found and hence never used. This is with
Boost Build v2 from Boost trunk.
Adding the following line to tools/darwin.jam resolves the issue.
type.set-generated-target-suffix PCH : <toolset>darwin : gch ;
This makes it possible to use precompiled headers on OS X 10.5.5 with
XCode 3.1. Is it just coincidence or are there any obstacles on other
versions of OS X (and XCode)? Should it be needed, I also have access to
a 10.4 machine that I can use for testing.
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