Subject: Re: [Boost-build] C1041 error with release -j2
From: PJB (darthpjb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-02-26 06:39:21
Hi Phillip, I've run into this myself outside of boost compilation.
The issue stems from the default options for the new MS-compile not
supporting synchronous writes to PDB files.
I believe this issue only arises during the compilation stage, in Visual
studio I pass it the /FS option it desires.
I believe you *might* be able to use CXXFLAGS to pass the FS command to the
b2 -j2 release
That said, I haven't tested this method myself (yet). (if this occurs
during the linking stage you may need to pass linkflags=/FS also)
If I may ask, are you attempting to compile the static libraries? using
multi-compilation to accelerate the process? If so you may wish to consider
using --with-*LIBNAME* for just the libraries in question.
b2 --with-aiso --with-thread --with-filesystem
This will make the process much faster if you do not need the entire
On 25 February 2015 at 21:11, Phillip Seaver <phil_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I'm building several projects with VS2013, and the debug build ("b2
> -j2") works fine, but when I do the release build ("b2 -j2 release"), I
> get errors like this: "fatal error C1041: cannot open program database
> 'x.pdb'; if multiple CL.EXE write to the same .PDB file, please use /FS"
> Has anyone else run into this?
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