Christoph Berg Christoph.Berg at kpm-sport.de
Sun Jan 13 12:07:15 PST 2008

Am Sonntag, 13. Januar 2008 20:59:40 schrieb Ken Moffat:
>  Boost is "interesting" - it uses its own build system (bjam), but
> fortunately there is a version shipped with it:
>  cd tools/bin/src && ./build.sh gcc && cd ../../../
>  For gcc-4.2.2, and perhaps for 4.1, that needs a patch - I got the
> link from cblfs:
> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?msg=22;filename=boost.diff;att
>  I'm not sure how much of the patch is actually needed.  I'm fairly
> sure the changes to make1.c are mandatory, and probably native.c,
> newstr.c, but the addition of -fno-strict-aliasing to the jam files
> might not be necessary.
Well, the patch is really needed. But I think, the important part is 
the -fno-strict-aliasing part. If you build bjam without the patch, you get 
an unusable binary, which quits with a segfault.


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