Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Name Conflict when Building Boost libraries with Cygwin/GCC
From: Robert Hegner (robert.hegner_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-08-29 05:06:20
Thanks for the information. It works for me with ---layout=versioned.
However I think this is not obvious. It should be mentioned in the
getting started guide, since they also describe the library naming
And sorry for posting in the wrong list... I didn't know where else to
Am 29.08.2012 10:13, schrieb Lars Viklund:
> On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 09:19:12AM +0200, Robert Hegner wrote:
>> I cannot build the boost libraries using GCC in a Cygwin terminal
>> because there seems to be a name conflict (same target name for debug
>> and release version).
>> I originally posted this question on stackoverflow but now answers yet.
>> Could anyone please have a look at this? You can find more information
>> there on stackoverflow:
> There's an answer there, with the solution to use --layout=versioned or
> The default on unixy systems is --layout=system, which doesn't add any
> sort of sane tags, leading to the conflict you get.
> Note that this list is primarily about the build system itself, not the
> particular application that is "building Boost."
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