"clipka" <nomail@nomail> wrote:
> We've been having problems with the Unix build process in the past, often
> related to the boost libraries. I'm wondering where we're at with these issues
> right now with the current master branch.
> If the 3.7 build process has ever failed to work "out of the box" for you (i.e.
> strictly following the baseline build instructions described in `unix/README`),
> I'd love to hear from you:
> - What variant of Unix are you using?
> - What version of the boost library are you using?
> - Does the official stable 126.96.36.199 build "out of the box" on your system?
> Otherwise, what problems do you encounter, and how (if at all) do you manage to
> get it to build?
> - Does the current master 3.7.1-alpha.8344773 build "out of the box" on your
> system? Otherwise, what problems do you encounter, and how (if at all) do you
> manage to get it to build?
> - Any other observations?
> (Please do NOT reply if the 3.7 build process has always worked perfectly fine
> for you.)
1- Using Raspbian from latest NOOBS for Raspberry Pi 2
2- Lib Version 1.55
3- official 188.8.131.52 stops on ./prebuild process. Master Branch solves that
4- current master does not compile. Can't find boost.thread lib version
5- I don't know much about this stuff but looks like boost distribution on the
RPi NOOBS package has certair incompatibilities with c++ compiler
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