[Ardour-Users] FW: boost libs

Lieven Moors lievenmoors at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 16 09:08:17 PDT 2007

From: lievenmoors at hotmail.comTo: taybin at penguinsounds.orgSubject: RE: [Ardour-Users] boost libsDate: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 18:07:15 +0200

This is not true. Installing boost from source takes more than 328 Megs ! (I don't know how much more)That is, if you don't specify which libraries it should leave out with the --without-libraries switch to configure.The previous ardour executable takes only 7.2 Megs.The libraries that require separate compilation are:test, wave, graph, regex, date_time, signals, serialization, iostreams, filesystem, python, thread, program_optionsand ar all compiled by default.I still wonder if ardour needs all of it, or none.Lieven> Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 10:53:36 -0400> From: taybin at penguinsounds.org> To: ardour-users at lists.ardour.org> Subject: Re: [Ardour-Users] boost libs> > On Thu, August 16, 2007 10:49 am, Lieven Moors wrote:> > able tocompile ardour, because of boost. So i suspect the header files> > might not be enough after all.I still wonder what parts of boost are used> > in ardour...I also noticed that ardour looks for boost in /usr/local. All> > my libraries are in /usr (I work withLinux From Scratch). As a wild guess,> > I changed the /usr/local references in the boost section of the Sconstruct> > file (I'm not familiar with scons). After that I could start compiling> > ardour(so it found boost headers), but it ended with lots of (i think)> > boost errors.I have not enough space left for the whole of boost on my> > root partition. So I need to find another solution...thanks for your> > helplieven _______________________________________________> > The problem with trying to seperate the boost libraries from each other is> that they often have interdependencies.  The boost library itself takes> about 26 megs, so if that's an issue for you, you're not going to like the> amount of free space you'll need to compile ardour.> > Taybin> > _______________________________________________> Ardour-Users mailing list> ardour-users at lists.ardour.org> http://lists.ardour.org/listinfo.cgi/ardour-users-ardour.org
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