Boost C++ Libraries

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Requirements

If Boost.Context uses fcontext_t (the default) as its implementation, it must be built for the particular compiler(s) and CPU architecture(s) being targeted. Using fcontext_t, Boost.Context includes assembly code and, therefore, requires GNU as and GNU preprocessor for supported POSIX systems, MASM for Windows/x86 systems and ARMasm for Windows/arm systems.

[Note] Note

MASM64 (ml64.exe) is a part of Microsoft's Windows Driver Kit.

[Important] Important

Please note that address-model=64 must be given to bjam command line on 64bit Windows for 64bit build; otherwise 32bit code will be generated.

[Important] Important

For cross-compiling the lib you must specify certain additional properties at bjam command line: target-os, abi, binary-format, architecture and address-model.

[Important] Important

For safe SEH the property 'asmflags=\safeseh' must be specified at bjam command line.


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