Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Building boost with msvc and compiler option /MD or /MDd
From: Gevorg Voskanyan (v_gevorg_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-03-15 06:23:19
Hanno Hugenberg wrote:
>i'm stuck and a bit confused, maybe you can help by just saying YES or what i am
>doing wrong :D
>I build boost useing the following bjam call:
>bjam --build-dir=bin.test --toolset=msvc-9.0 -link=static --runtime-link=shared
toolset, link, runtime-link and threading should have no dashes prefixed. I.e.,
bjam --build-dir=bin.test toolset=msvc-9.0 link=static
>This results sucessfully in libraries like:
>I want to use the boost library in a VC9 Project, compiled with the /MD or /MDd
>option, and i am a bit confused by the "..-mt-.." letters.
>So my questions are:
> - 1. Is boost compiled (with the above parameters) useing the Visual
>Studio /MT compiler option?
> - 2. If so, how can i compile boost as static lib with the /MD and the
> - I recently run into some Heap-errors during debug mode, while
>initializing some boost::asio objects. i think, different compile options
>between boost and my project may be the reason.
>Best regards and thank you very much,
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