Subject: Re: [Boost-build] --build-type=complete
From: Dave Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-04-01 10:55:38
At Fri, 01 Apr 2011 07:36:19 -0700,
Steven Watanabe wrote:
> Well, I still can't reproduce it.
Well, me neither now, so I'm a bit baffled, I must admit.
> I can't duplicate this
> exactly, but I did try with multiple toolsets, and I'm
> still getting static libraries. So, either ther's
> something interesting in your user-config.jam,
------ schnipp ------
modules.poke : ZLIB_SOURCE : c:\\work\\zlib-1.2.5 ;
modules.poke : BZIP2_SOURCE : c:\\work\\bzip2-1.0.6 ;
# Map toolsets to SDK versions
sdk-8.0express = 6.0 ;
sdk-9.0express = 6.1 ;
sdk-10.0express = 7.1 ;
for version in 10.0express 9.0express 8.0express
local sdk = "c:/Program Files/Microsoft SDKs/Windows/v"$(sdk-$(version)) ;
using msvc : $(version) : : <sdk>$(sdk) ;
using python : 2.7 : c:/python27/python ;
using mpi ;
------ schnapp ------
> or one of the toolsets I don't have or MPI is causing a problem,
As you've seen from my other posts, MPI was definitely having some
kind of issue.
> or something else I haven't thought of. I might be
> able to trace this if you can provide the output
> with --debug-building (It'll be huge.
Yah, it would be.
> I usually use
> --with-iostreams to test the build scripts just to
> limit the amount I have to deal with.).
I guess that's OK unless the problem is related to one of the other
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