From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-04-19 11:10:46
On 4/16/20 9:19 AM, pbristow_at_[hidden] wrote:
>> On 4/15/20 4:45 AM, Edward Diener via Boost-build wrote:
>>> In the multiprecision testing jamfile there is a line which has the
>> What is the path component for the toolset? It should be gcc-mingw-nnn.
I meant the name used in the target path: .../bin.v2/.../gcc-nnn/...
>> Otherwise the detection for mingw isn't working.
>> Also, I recall that there used to be problems if you have both mingw and non-
>> mingw versions of gcc. I don't remember whether that was ever fixed.
> Sadly I can't get this to work. Perhaps I have misunderstood what you suggested.
My suggestion was out-dated. There is no longer a mingw feature.
Embarrassingly enough, I was the one who removed it.
Instead, use <toolset>gcc-10.0.1,<target-os>windows:<cxxflags>....
I thought I PRed all the uses of mingw before I made the
changes in Boost.Build, but I must have missed this one.
> [ run floating_point_examples.cpp no_eh_eg_support : : : <toolset>gcc-mingw-10.0.1:<cxxflags>\"-Wa,-mbig-obj\" ] # See note above.
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