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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(firstname.lastname@example.org), Software Engineer, IBM
Anh Tuyen Tran has a bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science from the University of Toronto, Canada, and a master’s degree in Financial Studies from Yamaguchi University, Japan. Since 2007, he has worked for IBM as a software developer on the debugger team and now on the compiler team. Anh was the team lead for the Test Servers Administration team in the compiler area from 2009 to 2013. He is one of the major contributors to the documentation of building Boost libraries with the new xlcpp toolset, inline assembly for Linux on z Systems, hardware transactional memory, and cryptography built-in functions for IBM POWER8 architecture. Anh has written several articles about the IBM compilers.
22 April 2016
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