Boost Testing :
From: Marshall Clow (marshall_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-01 11:32:50
>Stephen W. Carson wrote:
>>Marshall Clow wrote:
>>>Metrowerks has their own implementation of the standard library,
>>>unimaginatively named the "Metrowerks Standard Library" or MSL.
>>>When you write a program using CodeWarrior on the Mac, you can use
>>>the MSL, or the standard library that Apple ships as part of the
>>>system (which is provided by gcc). Metrowerks refers to this as
>>>the "BSD library" (probably because of MacOS's BSD heritage).
>> I would think that, first at least, we want to see boost build
>>and test with MSL because I believe that is what most Mac
>>CodeWarrior programmers are going to use. Does this seem right?
>Yes. We want to use MSL as that's what puts it closest to how it
>builds for Win32.
I think we want to be able to build both, but if you're going to
start with "just one",
then I agree that using the MSL is the way to go.
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