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Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Ubuntu build problem
From: Ian Emmons (iemmons_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-10-13 10:01:38

Nevermind -- this problem is resolved when I update to the version of
Boost.Build that ships with Boost 1.40.0.

On Oct 5, 2009, at 8:33 AM, Ian Emmons wrote:
> I have a fairly complex piece of software that I build with
> Boost.Build on both Windows and Macintosh (with both 32- and 64-bit
> builds on each). I recently decided to add Linux to my platform
> repertoire, so I got Ubuntu 9.04 64-bit installed. I verified that
> I can build hello-world as both 32- and 64-bit by invoking g++
> directly with the -m32 and -m64 switches. However, when I try to
> build using Boost.Build, with address-model=32,64 on the command
> line, I get two 64-bit executables, one in bin/.../address-model-32
> and the other in bin/.../address-model-64. (I am using the "file"
> command to check the executables' bit-ness.)
> By invoking bjam with the -n switch, I can see the g++ command
> lines, which differ only in the number used in the address-model-NN
> portion of the path names. There is no -m32 or -m64 switch issued
> from Boost.Build. What's am I doing wrong?
> I am using bjam 3.1.16 and the version of Boost.Build that ships
> with Boost 1.38.0. My toolset is fixed in user-config.jam using the
> command
> using gcc ;
> Thanks in advance,
> Ian

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