Subject: Re: [Boost-build] boost library compile error on Linux 3.2.2-5
From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-11-30 01:24:19
On 30.11.2012 01:23, Lynn Johnson wrote:
> We have a large Windows application that I am trying to port to Linux. Our group has decided to check out Boost the boost libraries for
> this port. I have downloaded and expanded the Boost .tar file (boost_1_52_0) and am following the instructions listed on the Boost Getting
> Started on Unix variants page. My OS is a virtual machine running Red hat Linux 3.2.2-5. This is the linux version our customer has.
> I have successfully executed ./bootstrap.sh to set up prefixes and specified with-libraries for the thread library. When I run ./b2
> install all compiles are failing with the error cclplus: unrecognized option -Wextra
> I would like to try compiling with this option set to -W instead of Wextra but I have been unable to find the Boost file that lists the
> compiler options. Ive googled and seen mention of a boost/status/compiler.cfg file but that file does not exist in the boost/status
> directory that was unpacked today. I tried running a find command from the boost_1_52_0 directory and came up empty.
> Can someone tell me where the compiler options are declared so I can alter them? Any suggestions you have are greatly appreciated.
the compiler options are set in tools/build/v2/tools/gcc.jam - but, I don't see -Wextra there. It appears that the thread library
adds it here:
if you remove the line that say:
that option will not be passed to the compiler.
Note that I am not quite sure which Linux you have. If 3.2.2-5 refers to your kernel version, then it is of very little interest when
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