[boost and xerces] ping maintainers
Fri Mar 6 07:41:00 GMT 2009
--- Ven 6/3/09, Werner Wothke ha scritto:
> Da: Werner Wothke
> Oggetto: Re: [boost and xerces] ping maintainers
> A: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Data: Venerdì 6 marzo 2009, 05:58
> Larry and Greg,
> Thank you for your responses, I overlooked these libraries,
> because I have not been using them. Your guidance was
> very educational!
> Greg Chicares wrote:
> >> Can you point out to me where you see any Boost
> DLLs? I only see *.hpp
> >> template files.
> > The boost filesystem library is an example; my
> installation has,
> > in /lib/ :
> > $ls libboost_file*
> > libboost_filesystem-gcc-mt-1_33_1.a
> > libboost_filesystem-gcc-mt-s-1_33_1.a
> > libboost_filesystem-gcc-mt-s.a
> > libboost_filesystem-gcc-mt.a
> > which IIRC were all gotten via 'setup.exe'.
> > I gather from a glance at the boost links above that
> these might be
> > buildable as dlls instead of as static libraries, but
> I think what's
> > relevant to your question is that this library has
> '.cpp' files that
> > must be compiled separately. I believe Václav was
> referring to boost's
> > sui generis build system, which I always found a bit
> odd; if you want
> > to avoid it, this might be worth a look:
> > http://boost-extras.sourceforge.net/gnu-boost/gnu-boost.html
> > | Tired of trying to compile boost with some weird
> tool only a very
> > | few understand? Try GNU boost!
> Werner Wothke, Ph.D.
for a cygwin version you can also start from here
From what I can see Yaakov's boost is 1.37.0 version,
and he provides a lot of dll
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