Subject: Re: [Boost-build] mingw 32 and 64 bit targets
From: Vladimir Prus (vladimir.prus_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-08-19 02:43:35
On 18-Aug-15 12:22 PM, Roland Schwarz wrote:
> Until boost version 1.57 I have been able to put a 64 bit and a 32 bit
> mingw compiler specification into a *-config.jam file. I used to
> differentiate between the both by specifying different <flavor> 's.
> Now with boost 1.59 I see some configuration checks which give me:
> Performing configuration checks
> - 32-bit : no
> - 64-bit : yes
> - arm : no
> - mips1 : no
> - power : no
> - sparc : no
> - x86 : yes
> The availability of 32-bit changes if I put the 32 bit compiler first
> into the config file.
> So my question is: How do I specify that a specific compiler supports 32
> or 64 bits? Or how do I make the configuration checks pick up both
> Or will I need a separate config file per compiler ?
You should be able to do what you did before - the configuration checks are done
for the toolset that targets are generated for, so the usual ways of specifying
the toolset continue to work.
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