Boost Testing :
From: Niko Demmel (niko.demmel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-31 20:12:54
On 01/11/2007 00:11, Rene Rivera wrote:
> Rene Rivera wrote:
>> Niko Demmel wrote:
>>> How can I specify different toolsets on Darwin, e.g. different versions
>>> of gcc? Something like
>>> doesn't work with the run.py script. It eventually says, that
>>> "darwin-4.0" is not a toolset.
>> How did it work on the results you have up at the moment?
> Oops, I was confused. I though you already had results posted :-)
>> If you have:
>> using darwin : 4.0.1 : /path/to/bin/g++ ;
>> Doing --toolsets="darwin-4.0.1", should work.
I did have results up.
I tried using --toolsets="darwin-4.0", which failed and resulted in an
empty log being uploaded, which must have overwritten the last "valid"
I previously used
using darwin ;
which must have defaulted to 4.0.1
However --toolsets="darwin-4.0" doesn't work for that setup.
I now have
using darwin : 4.0 : /path/to/4.0bin/g++ ;
using darwin : 3.3 : /path/to/3.3bin/g++ ;
which seems to work.
Thanks for the hint.