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Subject: [Boost-users] Mac OSX - gcc crash
From: Igor R (boost.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-11-26 07:40:50


My question is not focused, but maybe someone had similar experience
and could share his conslucions.
I'm porting to iPhone (SDK 3.1.2, XCode3.2.1) rather big static
library that uses boost very extensively. It compiles and works well
under the simulator both in debug and in release modes. But when I try
to compile it for the device, gcc4.2 crashes ("exists with code 1"). I
found-out that if I do not generate debug symbols, the compilation
succeeds. However, then I can't debug the application on iPhone - it
doesn't stop on breakpoints and I can't step through the code (if the
application would work on the device like it works on simulator,
debugging wouldn't be an issue, but it doens't work for some reason).
Again, I even don't know *where* the compiler crashes and whether it's
related to boost headers or not, but any idea/experience would be
greatly appreciated.


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