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From: Andrew McFarlane (andrew.mcfarlane52_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-02-22 03:24:23
Absolutely, Heriberto, I agree 100%, though all of the Boost libraries I
have used to-date are indeed compatible with g++/clang++ (Asio, Signals2,
IMHO, all Boost libs should ideally adhere to this standard, though I
realize I could very well be asking for a lot there. After all, we aren't
the ones contributing to Boost libraries (at least I'm not, for now).
More on Boost.Python, it seems to have fallen a little out of scope... It's
newest version is 1.66.0 while most others are at 1.72.0 **sad face**
Does the team on that front require assistance, or is Boost.Python that low
on the list of priorities? Not meaning to come off as rude, I am just
On Fri, Feb 21, 2020 at 3:50 PM Heriberto Delgado <heribertod_at_[hidden]>
> While I do realize this is strictly about Python, Iâm finding myself at
> odds with the idea of Boost working only with GCC.
> Xcode lets you compile C/C++ programs that use Boost by using clang. Itâs
> somewhat become the default compiler nowadays for development in both
> desktop & mobile.
> Or am I missing something here?
> - Heriberto.
> El 21 feb. 2020, a las 13:02, Andrew McFarlane via Boost-users <
> boost-users_at_[hidden]> escribiÃ³:
> Hi all,
> I read on the Boost.Python FAQ that for Mac OSX users, the library is
> currently known only to work with the GCC compiler. Thus far, I have been
> using clang++. I will make the switch, so long that it does increase my
> odds of encountering difficulties down the road.
> What do we think here? In the context of front-end dev in Python for a C++
> application, is Boost.Python worth making the switch from clang++ to gcc?
> Would I be better off using something else (i.e. wxPython)?
> I really love using Boost (I've found use for Test, Signals2, and Asio),
> but I don't want to let my Boost bias lead me to make a poor choice.
> I know this question is a tad subjective; I apologize for that. I would
> like the Python extension to be as seamless as possible, and I am only
> going to be using Python for front-end code. The interface between the two
> would likely be with sockets.
> I am sure I could answer this myself via experimentation, but I wanted to
> get a feel from the Boost community before doing so.
> Thanks in advance!
> *- AJ*
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