[C++-sig] Boost Python v2 - extending and embedding - memory leaks, compiler warnings
texrmex at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 12 00:38:48 CET 2002
--- Brett Calcott <brett.calcott at paradise.net.nz> wrote:
> Hi Tex,
> You have asked a few questions in your post. I am only going to
> answer one
> of them.
> > So a question would be: how easy would it be for me to set up a VC
> > project for building boost python? Has this already been done? Or
> > I barking up the wrong tree?
> It is *reasonably* easy to do this - though I am using VC6. If you do
> >bjam -and2
That, there, would be the ticket to knowing all the details of the
build that I wanted to know, thanks! Had I explored the command line
options of bjam I may have found some of this out, but probably not the
debug level part (the important bit). I think from here I should be
able to solve any other build issues I have.
> at the command line and redirect it to a file you will get all of the
> command line options that are generated for building the DLL. You
> need to
> create DLL project, dump all of the .cpp files into it, then make
> sure that
> the command line that is being generated is the same (well, the
> bits anyway). Look in the Project Options window to see this.
> The only problem I came across was the /Zm800 option, which is needed
> compile the inheritance.cpp file (otherwise you get a compiler
> There seems to be NO place that I could enter this in the IDE! I
> fudged it
> by stuffing it into the .dsp file on what looked like the right line
> the other options were. Of course, it gets overwritten if I change
> anything - but it works fine. Maybe you can set it directly in VC7?
> Once I tidy my test hacking environment up, I will post a copy. (2-3
I probably won't actually use VC to build BP after all, but the
information above is definately helpful..
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