Subject: Re: [Boost-build] building the final library name...
From: Thomas Lehmann (t.lehmann_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-01-14 09:10:39
Well, could you please be more precise?
I have tried some examples but I do not get the result...
Can you give a "hello world" example please?
Am 14.01.2010 13:50, schrieb Vladimir Prus:
> On Thursday 14 January 2010 15:39:11 Thomas Lehmann wrote:
>> I'm trying to use boost to build a library for different
>> target parameters like 23bit/64bit, debug/release, windows/linux, ...
>> At least boost does create a valid tree depending at least on all
>> of this parameter with "dummy.lib" as result.
>> Now I create a install target and the dummy.lib will be places at
>> a central location, but...
>> Of course I would like to have dummy_linux_32.lib and dummy_linux64.lib
>> and so on...
>> How do I have to set up a JAM file for this?
>> (see APPENDIX for my example)
> You can use the<tag> feature (documented in manual) to get this
> effect. See also C++ Boost Jamroot for an example, here:
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