Boost Testing :
From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-27 23:22:44
Stephen W. Carson wrote:
> I found that the missing functions were Carbon lib functions available
> in MSL_All_Carbon.lib.
> So I tried the link with the addition of that library and got the same
> I sent all this to our tech. support contact at MetroWerks and his reply
> is below.
> I guess the answer to his first question ("from OS X or Darwin") is
> Darwin, right?
From reading boost-root/boost/config/platform/macos.hpp (and related)
and looking at the config settings at:
I think the answer is Darwin (BSD).
> He also seems to be saying that mixing BSD headers and MW libs could be
> part of the problem.
Yes. But how are we doing that? We aren't specifying any libs on the
link. It's CodeWarrior adding references to those symbols. How much
simpler do we have to get than this:
mwcc -c -lang c++ -DBOOST_DYN_LINK=1 -maxerrors 5 -warnings on
-maxwarnings 20 -nowraplines -g -O0 -inline off -cwd include -warnings
nounused -DNOMINMAX -RTTI on -iso_templates on
-I- "-I/Users/stephencarson/Development/boost/boost" -o
mwld -maxerrors 5 -warnings on -maxwarnings 20 -nowraplines -g -shared
[From Boost.Config link test.. http://tinyurl.com/5bwz3]
> I confess that we're quickly running up against the limits of my
> knowledge. I have requested more help from MetroWerks. We'll see if they
> offer anything.
Limits of my knowledge also :-(
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