[Ardour-Users] FW: boost libs

Lieven Moors lievenmoors at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 16 10:03:16 PDT 2007

I have lots of space for building, but not for installing.I would be very glad if I was able to build a boost of about 50Mb.But I'm not prepared to try out every possible configure-switch to boost,until it works with ardour.lieven> Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 12:28:55 -0400> From: paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> Subject: Re: [Ardour-Users] FW:  boost libs> To: lievenmoors at hotmail.com> CC: ardour-users at lists.ardour.org> > On Thu, 2007-08-16 at 18:08 +0200, Lieven Moors wrote:> > > > > >         > >         ______________________________________________________________> >         From: lievenmoors at hotmail.com> >         To: taybin at penguinsounds.org> >         Subject: RE: [Ardour-Users] boost libs> >         Date: 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.> > tayin was referring to the amount of space required to build ardour:> about 1GB! the rpm on my system for boost is about 2.6MB, the> development rpm clocks in at about 49MB.> > >         The libraries that require separate compilation are:> >         test, wave, graph, regex, date_time, signals, serialization,> >         iostreams, filesystem, python, thread, program_options> >         and ar all compiled by default.> >         I still wonder if ardour needs all of it, or none.> > ardour doesn't need it, but nobody that i know who is working on> developing ardour has any interest in spending the time required to> figure out what you strip out and what you cannot.> > --p> > 
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