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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [iostreams][zip]
From: Andrew Schweitzer (a.schweitzer.grps_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-05-18 17:29:58
Steven Watanabe wrote:
> Andrew Schweitzer wrote:
>> Turns out first code worked as well --- branch just wasn't being
>> entered. ECHO seems a pretty good way to debug jamfiles.
> The first version will work as long as the value actually exists.
>> Using ECHO I discovered that -NO_COMPRESSION=0 actually turns
>> NO_COMPRESSION *on*. So just leaving out all NO_* defines from command
>> line improves things.
>> I did discover that bjam iostreams ... doesn't seem to create the
>> libboost*.lib files... if I tack "stage" onto the end of the command
>> line they *are* created... but everything is built, not just
>> iostreams.... I must admit I find bjam fairly confusing.
> bjam --with-iostreams stage ...
> I believe that this is documented by
> bjam --help
> Incidentally, in 1.38, the files are created under bin.v2 regardless of
> you specify stage or not, if I remember correctly.
>> So adding "stage" caused libboost* files to be created for zlib and
>> bzip2... but now I get linking errors with bzip2. It complains that
>> __thiscall boost::iostreams::detail::bzip2_base::~bzip2_base and
>> several other functions in bzip2_base are not implemented...
> It looks like these are defined in libboost_iostreams...
> Can you check whether bzip2.cpp is actually being added to the
> sources towards the bottom of the Jamfile?
> In Christ,
> Steven Watanabe
Problem went away with this command line:
bjam iostreams toolset=msvc-9.0 variant=debug,release link=static,shared
-sHAS_ZLIB=1 -sHAS_BZIP2=1 -sZLIB_INCLUDE=D:/nan/compress
Maybe the explicit calls to variant and link forced a missing lib to be
Thanks for your help.
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