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Windows batch file to build for multiple compiler versions

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Here's the batch file I use to build the binary libraries for each new
version of Boost for all the compilers and architectures my own library
supports. Suggestions for improvements are welcome. Just define the
boost_root environment variable and run it.

https://gist.github.com/SpareSimian/2a0f1fd1718d81ce2441218ded776778

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Re: Windows batch file to build for multiple compiler versions

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On 4/16/19 8:24 AM, Kenneth Porter via Boost-users wrote:
> Here's the batch file I use to build the binary libraries for each new
> version of Boost for all the compilers and architectures my own library
> supports. Suggestions for improvements are welcome. Just define the
> boost_root environment variable and run it.
>
> https://gist.github.com/SpareSimian/2a0f1fd1718d81ce2441218ded776778
>

The library name now includes the address-model, so you
don't need separate stage directories.

.\b2 --without-python
toolset=msvc-14.2,msvc-14.1,msvc-14.0,msvc-12.0,msvc-10.0
runtime-link=shared,static address-model=32,64

In Christ,
Steven Watanabe
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