Subject: Re: [Boost-build] [BOOST.BUILD] Building Boost with Intel Composer XE v12 (Windows) issues
From: tr1gun (tr1gun_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-11-09 16:08:11
can't test the following steps at home now, but that's almost how i did
it at work.
you need to apply the build_intel_win_v2.patch file or use the attached
intel-win.jam file. Replace the original file under
Place the intel-user-config.jam in the <boost-source-directory>.
The intel-user-config.jam configures the intel compiler and uses the
environment variable ICPP_COMPILER12 from intel compiler installation.
If you don't want boost build with c++0x feature enabled, remove the
The steps in paragraph 5.3 (
needs to be changed a little.
Open a command prompt and execute the bootstrap command.
The b2 command needs to be changed to b2
Am 08.11.2011 11:58, schrieb Norbert Hauck:
> I confess I'm throwing the towel. For more than half a day I tried to
> figure out how to setup Intels C++ compiler to compile boost. All to
> no avail! Now after some "wild" googling I found the following issue:
> The ticket was files 8 months ago - still there seems to be no
> official fix or even an documentation update in "getting started" or
> boost.build docu mentioning an issue with boost/msvc10/win7/intel
> compiler 12!
> Provided a clean install of MSVC and Intel Composer could a kind soul
> describe ALL the steps involved I have to take to be able to compile
> the boost libs \w Intel C++ v12 ? Thank you very much!
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