Ticket #1006 (closed Bugs: duplicate)
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Running make (using MinGW/MSYS) spews the following error/s.
./tools/jam/src/bin.ntx86/bjam --user-config=user-config.jam mingw.jam: No such file or directory ./boost_1_34_0/tools/build/v2/build\toolset.jam:27: in toolset.using rule mingw.init unknown in module toolset. ./boost_1_34_0/tools/build/v2/build\project.jam:825: in using user-config.jam:5: in modules.load ./boost_1_34_0/tools/build/v2\build-system.jam:138: in load .\boost_1_34_0\tools\build\v2/kernel\modules.jam:261: in import .\boost_1_34_0\tools\build\v2/kernel/bootstrap.jam:132: in boost-build .\boost_1_34_0\boost-build.jam:9: in module scope Not all Boost libraries built properly.
./configure, which I executed before make, ran without errors. If it helps, user-config.jam has the line "using mingw ; ".
If this is not the way, then I suggest you include brief installation instructions in the root directory in future releases. I have no desire to be browsing through pages of useless text just to find out how your installation mechanism works :)
Unsurprisingly ./configure && make seems to work if I change the "using mingw ; " line to "using gcc ; " in user-config.jam. Remains to be seen if the output is anything usable.