Boost Users :
From: Alex MDC (alex.mdc_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-30 11:59:34
Go to Project properties -> Manifest tool -> Use FAT32 work around -> YES
This bizarre bug is related to some timestamp issue in the FAT32 system, I'm
not sure... there's some long MSDN forum threads out there about it from
2008/5/30 Fanara, Mark A (GE Infra, Transportation) <Mark.Fanara_at_[hidden]>:
> I downloaded the current pre-built boost library files, but am having
> some difficulty with them.
> I am building a VC8.0 (Visual Studio 2005) application that is making
> use of boost::program_options and boost::filesystem. My application
> links fine, but when I try to execute the program, I get an error
> message about a missing "MSVCP80D.dll" (or "MSVCP80.dll" when building
> for release). I don't have those .dlls on my machine. I tried
> reinstalling Visual Studio, but that did not work. I found the needed
> .dll files online and downloaded them. After installing the .dll files,
> I got another error about another missing .dll which I also downloaded.
> Next error message received is "This application has failed to start
> because the application configuration is incorrect. Review the manifest
> file for possible errors. Reinstalling the application may fix this
> problem. For more details, please see the application event log."
> A couple of other notes: The application I am trying to build was
> previously successfully built by a couple of other engineers here (I
> think using 1.33.x and/or 1.34.x). I am trying to replicate their work
> using the current libraries. One of the guys does not work here and the
> other got a new PC and somehow lost his ability to build the project.
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