On Mon, Aug 18, 2014 at 09:44:55PM -0700, Adam Beneschan wrote:
> I'm not an old hand at building Boost (I did install 1.55 on a different
> machine), so sorry if this is a trivial question.
> I'm trying to build 1.56 on a Windows 8 system, using mingw and gcc.
> ./boost/thread/win32/thread_primitives.hpp:180:0: warning: ignoring #pragmaNo, that's not the correct root cause or fix. I also barked upon the
> intrinsic [-Wunknown-pragmas]
> #pragma intrinsic(_InterlockedCompareExchange)
> I can't link any program that needs -lboost_thread; it complains about
> undefined references to _InterlockedCompareExchange.
> Is this just a matter of adding __stdcall to the declaration of
> _InterlockedCompareExchange in thread_primitives.hpp, or is a different fix
wrong tree about it.
See Niall's diagnosis over on the boost-users list:
The problem is known and fixed in trunk, and was not considered a
showstopper when it was detected very late in the 1.56 release cycle.
The commit range that fixes the problem is:
As mentioned, builds of Boost are incremental unless you go and
> Assuming I either fix the source myself or get a patch, how would I rebuild
> without rebuilding all of Boost from scratch? Sorry if this seems like a
> dumb question, but so far I've just followed instructions without really
> knowing anything about b2, and I'm hoping not to have to do another
> four-and-a-half-hour build.
obliterate previous artifacts.
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