Cross compiling boost (context, coroutine, filesystem, and system libraries) on ubuntu 64-bit for windows 32-bit (running on intel atom e3845 that is x86-64 bit)
I want to cross compile context, coroutine, filesystem, and system libraries of boost for windows 32-bit (running on Intel Atom E3845) on my ubuntu 64-bit.
To do that, I create a user-config.jam file in my homedirecotry and put the following: using gcc : mingw : i686-w64-mingw32-g++ : <compileflags>-m32 <linkflags>-m32 ;
then, I would like to run following command: b2 --with-context --with-coroutine --with-system --with-filesystem --prefix=/home/jagdish/COMMELEC/prerequisits/real_boost_installation_dir/ toolset=gcc-mingw target-os=windows variant=release link=static address-model=32 runtime-link=static threading=multi architecture=x86 instruction-set=x86 abi=ms install
is it good? Specifically, the options architecture, instruction-set, address-model?