Subject: Re: [Boost-build] multiple variant builds
From: Jess Peterson (jess_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-11-13 12:51:13
Thank you. That works very well.
On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 8:50 AM, Juraj IvanÄiÄ <juraj.ivancic_at_[hidden]>
> On 13.11.2014. 14:15, Jess Peterson wrote:
>> For simplicity let us say that I want to build two concrete targets, one
>> for linux, and one cross-compiled for windows. To that end, I have two
>> gcc inits, one using the default compiler and one using gcc-mingw32. If
>> I run b2 twice, both work:
>> b2 toolset=gcc
>> b2 toolset=gcc-mingw32 target-os=windows
>> How do I run them together?
>> If I use:
>> b2 toolset=gcc toolset=gcc-mingw32 target-os=windows
>> it builds the two desired targets but also tries for gcc with windows
>> flags and gcc-mingw32 with linux flags.
>> I do not see a way to specify that a given gcc toolset should only be
>> used for a particular target-os (e.g putting <target-os>windows in the
>> I tried what was in Vladimir's Boost.Build System paper:
>> b2 toolset=gcc -- toolset=gcc-mingw32 target-os=windows
>> but that only builds whatever comes before the dashdash.
> Try this (untested):
> b2 toolset=gcc toolset=gcc-mingw32/target-os=windows
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