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From: Eyal Susser (eyal.susser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-17 00:36:33
Fair enough. I'll take a look at the site to see how that can be
done. One more thing though - when I built boost, I got all kind of
build errors, and all targets were successfully built. That's not
right, is it?
On 5/17/05, Robert Ramey <ramey_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> If this is important to you, the most effective thing would be add your self
> to those running tests on different platforms. That way you would get your
> boost fixed up for your platform for "free". We would be interested as we
> don't have a MIPS platform in the test suite. Much of boost code -
> including the serializaton library - relies on correct implementation of
> otherwise seldom used C++ features and the only way of dealing with it is to
> Robert Ramey
> Eyal Susser wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was using the boost.serialization library to my great satisfaction
> > on an intel machine running Linux. I then ported the code to a MIPS
> > machine. I compiled boost using bjam with a mips compiler that isn't
> > included in the available toolsets.
> > Everything works well _until_ I try destroying the binary archives I
> > use. When the destructor is called, I get a segmentation fault. My
> > guess is that the serialization library relies on something else which
> > wasn't compiled properly. But what?
> > I built boost as follows:
> > bjam -sTOOLS=gcc -sGXX=/usr/mips/bin/mips-linux-g++
> > --libdir=/usr/mips/lib/ --includedir=/usr/mips/include/
> > -sGCC_ROOT_DIRECTORY=/usr/mips install
> > I have a lib directory and an include directory under /usr/mips.
> > While building boost I got a whole bunch of errors, and not all the
> > targets were successfully built, but I had no idea what to do, so I
> > tried anyway...
> > Thanks
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