[cctbxbb] --enable-boost-threads flag
Jeffrey Van Voorst
vanv0059 at umn.edu
Wed Oct 17 16:56:04 PDT 2012
My question is of a slightly different nature. Specifically, what type
of "magic" is enabled by --boost-enable-threads in the latest release of
cctbx that allows the libiotbx_pdb.so library to be linked correctly to
a simple program when that linking includes the "-pthread" flag? By
simple, I mean a program that has two lines in the main function --
reading the PDB file and constructing the hierarchy.
My goal is to try to understand the dependencies and why the simple
program would have a memory corruption when libiotbx_pdb.so was not
compiled using --boost-enable-threads.
On 10/17/12 5:28 PM, Richard Gildea wrote:
> Hi Jeff,
> Boost.Threads support in the cctbx was removed back in August
> If you are using a recent copy of the sources then the libtbx
> configure command should raise an error if you pass the now
> defunct --enable-boost-threads option.
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