C++ Boost newlib version possible?

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C++ Boost newlib version possible?

Postby Raziel » Sun Apr 07, 2013 1:31 pm

Seeing that this error has been fixed since (if i understand it right), may i ask if it is possible now to get an updated newlib version of the C++ boost libs?

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Re: C++ Boost newlib version possible?

Postby nbache » Sun Apr 07, 2013 7:49 pm

Please fix your link, it points to a page for reporting a post.

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Re: C++ Boost newlib version possible?

Postby salass00 » Sun Apr 07, 2013 9:32 pm

@Raziel

Unfortunately boost uses it's own stupid, badly documented build system (no idea why) so I haven't yet managed to do a proper newlib port.

OTOH fortunately most of boost is implemented as header files that you can just copy straight into your SDK and use as is, and for those few classes that need compiling you can just compile and link the relevant source files directly with the program in question. This is how the Widelands and Wesnoth ports are done f.e. (both programs need boost to compile).
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Re: C++ Boost newlib version possible?

Postby ssolie » Mon Apr 08, 2013 6:08 pm

salass00 wrote:Unfortunately boost uses it's own stupid, badly documented build system (no idea why) so I haven't yet managed to do a proper newlib port.

I have ported the Boost build system and will do an update when I find the time.
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Re: C++ Boost newlib version possible?

Postby Raziel » Mon Apr 08, 2013 9:45 pm

ssolie wrote:
salass00 wrote:Unfortunately boost uses it's own stupid, badly documented build system (no idea why) so I haven't yet managed to do a proper newlib port.

I have ported the Boost build system and will do an update when I find the time.

Thank you very much, all i wanted to har :-)

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Thanks for the reminder and "Ooops" :-/
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