Subject: Re: [Boost-build] exclude wide character libs from build
From: Vladimir Prus (vladimir_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-02-11 05:03:24
McLemon, Sean wrote:
> Because we don't have wide character support on our platform, I set a value in our toolchain
> header which causes the "wide char i/o not supported on this platform" #error to be hit whenever
> headers using wide character support are used. This causes some of the "w" variants of libraries
> to fail to build - such as wserialization. How do I exclude these from my library build?
It is not presently possible. However, if you provide a small .cpp file that compiles fine
on regular Windows or Linux, and fails to compile in your environment, 1.43 will automatically
skip building wide character versions. (I have most of the code already done, just need to
make it work on Windows and then will commit).
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