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From: Alexander Nasonov (alnsn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-17 12:32:26
Vyacheslav E. Andrejev wrote:
> Hello All.
> I'm interested in possibility of using boost library on ARM9 platform. Does anyone do it before? Any pitfalls and hidden dangers? What toolchain for compilation is better to use? Is there some performance drawbacks when using boost compared with pure C?
A weak ago I reported success in building and running Boost.Threads and
program_options library (built with bjam --v2) on my HP2215 handheld.
It's not exactly ARM9 but it's still arm architecture (armv5tel according
to uname, XScale-PXA255 rev 6 (v5l) according to /proc/cpuinfo).
The system run Linux, gcc 3.3.4 toolchain was used for building.
Everything was compiled and executed like a charm.
AFAIK, there is no cross compilation support in Boost.Build but it was easy
to set arm-linux-gcc compiler in user-config.jam.
Try searching for "arm" in jamboost mailing list
-- Alexander Nasonov
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