Cygwin 2.876 64bit - Boost 1.60 asio does not compile
Fri Oct 7 22:55:00 GMT 2016
On 2016-10-07 10:19, Tommaso Fabbri wrote:
> I have a Windows 10 system running the latest version of Cygwin 64 bit.
> IÂ’ve installed all the Boost libraries and cmake, make packages to develop
> under Windows like on *nix systems.
> When I try to compile a simple application including the boost-asio library
> like the following, it fails.
> #include <boost/asio.hpp>
> int main(int argc, char**argv)
> return 0;
WFM, but then again you didn't tell us *how* were trying to compile it
> I report the stackoverflow discussion link:
Which shows you're making several mistakes:
* -std=c++11; use -std=gnu++11 instead;
* -D__USE_W32_SOCKETS; winsock cannot be combined with Cygwin's *NIX
socket APIs, so do NOT define this. If you want a pure Windows build of
this code without the Cygwin dependency, then use mingw64-*-boost with
the mingw64 toolchains (and also link with -lws2_32);
* not linking with -lboost_system;
* attempting to get authoritative answers outside of this list.
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