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LXer: Building Boost libraries using the xlcpp toolset for IBM compilers on Linux

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This article introduces the procedures to build Boost libraries with Boost build engine, b2/bjam, using the new xlcpp toolset of IBM XL compilers for Linux on little endian systems. The target audience is software engineers interested in increasing productivity and quality of C++ applications by using the expertly designed Boost libraries. This is important for the development of high-quality applications, where the project requirements exceed the extent of features provided by the C++ standard libraries.



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