[Scons-users] setting tool collection and compiler version from OS to OS
roger at quantumbioinc.com
Fri Jan 2 17:03:32 EST 2015
I did since starting this thread and it switched from /usr/bin/c++ to
g++ in compile output.
scons: Reading SConscript files ...
On MacOS, using gcc 4.9.0
which is a great sign. There must be another build issues after that
which is dependency issues. They depend on boost and I believe the last
svn revision 86799(http://svn.boost.org/svn/boost/trunk/) for boost in
svn before it was moved to git.
By putting the wrong thing for --compiler it spits out what is possible
RuntimeError: Unknown platform/compiler:
darwin_/opt/gcc/current/bin/gcc. Choices are: win32_cl, win32_icc,
win32_mingw, unix_mingw, unix_gcc, unix_gcc4, unix_clang, unix_icc,
unix_icpc, darwin_c++, darwin_gcc, darwin_gcc-4.2, darwin_clang:
I think this gets me beyond build tool issues with this project.
On 01/02/2015 04:28 PM, Dirk Bächle wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> On 02.01.2015 20:59, Roger Martin wrote:
>> Hmm so I need to discuss with them about their scons scripts. Not
>> that I want you to bother with their build(it's in a state of
>> repair and I have to find and pull all the parts)
>> http://cctbx.sourceforge.net/current/installation.html. Their build
>> line actually
>> starts with their own python and internally invokes scons.
>> /your/choice/bin/python ../sources/cctbx_project/libtbx/configure.py
>> When building via jenkins I was hoping not to learn what all they're
>> doing in there.
>> Thank you, I'll note to them about their script going with
>> /usr/bin/c++ on Mac OSX.
> did you try the "-h" option to get a list of supported options? I
> checked the source file "cctbx_sources/libtbx/env_config.py", and
> there seems to be a "--compiler" switch available.
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