Subject: Re: [Boost-build] how to check which assembler is used
From: Oliver Kowalke (oliver.kowalke_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-11-14 04:13:33
Am 14.11.2010 08:49, schrieb Gevorg Voskanyan:
> Oliver Kowalke wrote:
>> how can I check which assembler is used by boost.build.
>> I try to compile some asm on x64 Windows and I get some errors like 'undefined
>> symbol : rcx' which seams that the 32bit masm (ml.exe) is used instead of 64bit
>> version (ml64.exe).
>> bjam option '--debug-building' doesn't give me the requested info.
>> A grep of ml.exe/ml64.exe in the 'tools' subdirectory doesn't give me a hit.
> bjam -n -a
> will show what commands would get executed when building, but will not actually
> execute them.
It seams that bjam calls vcvars32.bat on 64bit Windows?! It should call
vcvars64.bat instead. This is triggered by calling vcvarsall.bat from
bjam with the incorrect argument (should be amd64 or x86_amd64).
Maybe tools/msvc.jam is not correct?
bjam toolset=msvc-10.0 architecture=x86 instruction-set=yorksfield -n -a
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