Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Call of interest
From: Konstantin Litvinenko (to.darkangel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-05-28 11:57:01
Vladimir Prus Ð¿Ð¸ÑÐµÑ:
>> I was not clear when stating Yes :). The case you described will not
>> working at least on Windows. Correct process will be using different
>> naming schema when packaging installation. But personally I don't really
>> known why should I use different naming schema... May be when build some
>> install that run from DVD to overcome some DVD filesystem restrictions...
> Because if your library should be used by outside world, that outside world
> should use some name to link to the library.
Yes, that's true.
And it's seems not likely
> the outside world will be missing to compute MD5 hashes of something.
> One possible solution is pkg-config, on linux, which allows to get an
> actual name of library given "simple" package name, but that's linux-only.
Outside word don't need to compute anything. When distribute in binary
form developer must provide description what lib when to link. To
integrate to some BBv2 setup one could write:
lib foo : : <file>../lib/foo-1.0-blah-blah.lib <threading>multi;
lib foo : : <file>../lib/foo-1.0-blah1-blah1.lib <threading>single;
and so on. Or may be I am missing something?
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