[C++-sig] Re: Compiling boost.python using intel and stlport on linux
dave at boost-consulting.com
Thu Jul 17 16:16:13 CEST 2003
"Marcelo A. Camelo" <camelo at esss.com.br> writes:
> Hummm... a bit more of information.
> I can compile boost without problems using the intel-linux
> toolset. The problem is that I need to compile it using STL
> (intel's compaining standard library is not 100% conformant
> and does not implement some features we need in another part
> of our code base).
> All I need is a clean way to pass to icc the path to the icl
> header files. I could not figure it out by my self.
> I've tried to learn from "intel-win32-stlport-tools.jam" but
> it didn't help much. I've also tried to add the include
> directory to STDHDRS var in intel-linux-tools.jam and through
> bjam command line. No success there also.
> I know this must be a basic feature of bjam, but I could not
> learn how to do it.
Try making a toolset like this one:
extends-toolset intel-linux ;
STDHDRS = path/to/stlport/headers $(STDHDRS) ;
# I think you need this too
LIBPATH += path/to/stlport/lib ;
FINDLIBS += stlport-<your version> ;
That should get you most of the way there.
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