[C++-sig] Re: -sBUILD=debug-python

Stefan Quandt Stefan.Quandt at bardenheuer.de
Fri Nov 19 08:47:30 CET 2004


David Abrahams wrote:

> Stefan Quandt <Stefan.Quandt at bardenheuer.de> writes:
> 
>> David Abrahams wrote:
>>
>>> Stefan Quandt <Stefan.Quandt at bardenheuer.de> writes:
>>> 
>>>> David Abrahams wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Stefan Quandt <Stefan.Quandt at bardenheuer.de> writes:
>>>>> 
>>>>>> I try to build an extension with python-debug on Win32.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I compiled a debug version of the Python interpreter from source and
>>>>>> adjusted PYTHON_ROOT in my Jamrules to it's location.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Then I try to build my extendions with
>>>>>>   bjam -sBUILD=python-debug
>>>>>> When bjam tries to link boost_python.dll it complains not finding
>>>>>> "python23.lib".
>>>>>>
>>>>>> As far as I know it should be "python23_d.lib".
>>>>>> Or am I missing something?
>>>>> 
>>>>>    bjam -sBUILD=debug-python
>>>>>                 ^^^^^^^^^^^^
>>>> Ah, yes, that's what I did.
>>>> It's only written wrong in my posting.
>>>>
>>>> Why dows bjam references the non-debug version python23.lib when
>>>> linking boost_python.dll?
>>> 
>>> Oh
>>> , that's why.
>>> 
>>> You have to link with boost_python_pydebug.lib/.dll (or the
>>> boost_python.lib/.dll that's created in a path including
>>> .../debug-python/...) if you want to use Python debug mode.
>> As I wrote bjam tries to create a normal "boost_python.dll"
> 
> That's fine, if you're using the method in
> libs/python/example/Jamfile as you say.  That boost_python.dll is
> actually compiled against the "_d" version of the Python library.
I suspect that this does not happen!
And my central question is, why not.
When bjam tries to link boost_python.dll I get an ERROR complaining that the
NON DEBUG VERSION "python23.lib" could not be found. 

>>> Of course, if you use the method in libs/python/example/Jamfile you
>>> won't have this problem
>>
>> In fact my Jamfile is derived from the given example and it's very
>> similar in structure.
>> My extension target rule differs only in
>>  1) specifying multiple files in the source argument and
>>  2) having a requirements argument with <library-path> and <find-library>
>> items).
> 
> What libraries are you looking for?  I hope not Python or boost_python!
No, just a propietary Bluetooth-Stack and additional Win32 dependencies.






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