From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-01 15:38:42
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From: "sfranke2000" <franke_at_[hidden]>
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 3:31 PM
Subject: [boost] Did anyone *ever* get the current version of Boost.Python
> ...on Win32(Win2k) with MSVC6?
> Thanks, David, for your last answer. Calling vcvars32.bat explicitely
> solves the problem that the M$ tools are not found.
> But the last hours I tried to arrange everything exactly like it seems
> to be expected by the default settings
> - Put Boost into c:\boost and set BOOST_ROOT accordingly
> - Put a Python source distro into c:\tools\python
> It still doesn't work, and I'm slowly going crazy. Look at the
> following shell command. Current dir is C:\boost\libs\python and
> BOOST_ROOT is again passed to jam explicitely.
> The compiler complains that it can't include
> 'boost/python/converter/body.hpp', but of course
> the file *is* at that very relative position to BOOST_ROOT.
You are building from the incomplete sources to Boost.Python V2. Go to
libs/python/build and try again.
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