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Subject: Re: [Boost-build] cygwin and recent gcc builds
From: François Jacques (francois.jacques_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-04-10 20:12:51

Hi Eric,

I'll try to give it a shot tomorrow.

Stay tuned.

Le 2012-04-09 à 18:18, Eric Niebler a écrit :

> I've been building and using gcc with cygwin for a while, and then
> patching them into using my user-config.jam. At some point
> in the past what I was doing stopped working. Things build fine, but the
> resulting exe doesn't run (e.g, when I bjam in a test directory).
> First, I get an error about cyggcc_s-sjlj-1.dll not being in the path,
> even though it's in the same directory as the g++.exe executable. My
> user-config.jam has this:
> using gcc : 4.7 : /usr/local/gcc-4.7/bin/g++.exe ;
> I'm pretty sure this used to be sufficient for BBv2, but maybe I need to
> change this so that /usr/local/gcc-4.7/bin gets added to the path
> automatically?
> If I add /usr/local/gcc-4.7/bin to my path manually, I get a different
> problem:
> testing.capture-output
> ../../../bin.v2/libs/proto/test/calculator.test/gcc-0x/debug/link-static/
> /bin/sh: line 2: 3032 Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> "../../../bin.v2/libs/proto/test/calculator.test/gcc-0x/debug/link-static/calculator.exe"
> "../../../bin.v2/libs/proto/test/calculator.test/gcc-0x/debug/link-static/calculator.output"
> 2>&1
> Clearly, it's picking up a bad dll somewhere, but I don't know which or
> how to debug this. Note: if I run with link=static runtime-link=static,
> the problem goes away, so that's what I usually do.
> Has anybody encountered these problems? Have I got things wrong in my
> user-config.jam? TIA,
> --
> Eric Niebler
> BoostPro Computing
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