From: Peter Dimov (pdimov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-25 12:05:58
From: "Ross Smith" <r-smith_at_[hidden]>
> But boost in general is the problem, not any one specific library. The
> fundamental problem is the lack of an easy way for non-developers to
> install the whole thing.
> Approaching this on a piece-by-piece basis is a waste of time because
> (1) the individual sub-libraries have too many dependencies on each
> other, and (2) developing the same facilities over and over again for
> each part, instead of just once for the whole thing, would be silly.
This must be one of those days. Why is
cp -r boost /usr/include
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