Commit 11515bca authored by Ken A. Redergård's avatar Ken A. Redergård Committed by GitHub
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Remove Visual Studio 2013 as supported

Visual Studio 2013 is not supported because the new SoftDevice uses C99 inline statements. Visual Studio 2015 is fully C99 compliant  and thus supports inline statements. For more information:
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C99
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inline_function
parent c740fc2a
......@@ -123,7 +123,6 @@ And on Linux or macOS (OS X) assuming you've unpacked Boost in `~/boost/boost_1_
Install Microsoft Visual Studio. The following versions supported are:
* Visual Studio 2013 (MSVC 12.0)
* Visual Studio 2015 (MSVC 14.0)
Open a Microsoft Visual Studio Command Prompt and issue the following commands:
......@@ -132,7 +131,7 @@ Open a Microsoft Visual Studio Command Prompt and issue the following commands:
> bootstrap.bat
> b2 toolset=msvc-<VV.V> address-model=<32,64> link=static --with-thread --with-system --with-regex --with-date_time --with-chrono
**Note**: If you intend to build a 64-bit version of Boost, and depending on the version of Visual Studio you use, you might need to open a 64-bit command prompt such as
**Note**: If you intend to build a 64-bit version of Boost, you might need to open a 64-bit command prompt such as
"Visual Studio 2015 x86 x64 Cross Tools Command Prompt" or similar, or run `vcvarsall.bat x86_amd64` or `setenv.cmd" /Release /x64`.
**Note**: Refer to the [compiler list](http://www.boost.org/build/doc/html/bbv2/reference/tools.html#bbv2.reference.tools.compilers) of the Boost documentation
......@@ -144,10 +143,6 @@ to find the version of the MSVC that you need to provide using the `toolset=` op
##### Examples
Build 32-bit Boost with Visual Studio 2013:
> b2 toolset=msvc-12.0 address-model=32 link=static --with-thread --with-system --with-regex --with-date_time --with-chrono
Build 64-bit Boost with Visual Studio 2015:
> b2 toolset=msvc-14.0 address-model=64 link=static --with-thread --with-system --with-regex --with-date_time --with-chrono
......@@ -221,11 +216,9 @@ See the following sections for platform-specific instructions on the installatio
Open a Microsoft Visual Studio Command Prompt and issue the following from the root folder of the repository:
> cd build
> cmake -B. -H.. -G "Visual Studio XX <Win64>" <-DBOOST_LIBRARYDIR="<Boost libs path>>"
> cmake -B. -H.. -G "Visual Studio 14 <Win64>" <-DBOOST_LIBRARYDIR="<Boost libs path>>"
> msbuild ALL_BUILD.vcxproj </p:Configuration=<CFG>>
**Note**: Select Visual Studio 12 or 14 `-G "Visual Studio XX"` option.
**Note**: Add `Win64` to the `-G` option to build a 64-bit version of the driver.
**Note**: Optionally select the location of the Boost libraries with the `-DBOOST_LIBRARYDIR` option.
......@@ -234,7 +227,7 @@ Open a Microsoft Visual Studio Command Prompt and issue the following from the r
##### Examples
Building for with 64-bit Visual Studio 15:
Building for with 64-bit Visual Studio 2015:
> cmake -B. -H.. -G "Visual Studio 14" ..
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