From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-29 00:05:53
David Abrahams wrote:
> Stephen Torri <storri_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>> Which version of Boost are you using? Even GCC 3.3 is supported in the
>>> latest stable version.
>> 1.27.0-3 (Debian 3.0)
> Well, the message is appropriate then. Boost 1.27.0 was never
> configured/tested for GCC 3.2.3, because it wasn't released yet.
Stephen, I guess it's better to get the most recent Boost package. My debian
box has 1.30.2 and you probably can get it for yourself by running
apt-get -t unstable install libboost
apt-get -t unstable install libboost-dev
(thought this might require update of gcc, as well, and that's a big
>>> There is a configure script in <boost-root>/libs/config/. I suggest
>>> you to read the (beginning of the) documentation in
>>> <boost-root>/libs/config/config.htm. It should answer your
>> That was not included with the installation. I would have to download
>> and try to install the boost stuff separately.
> Nobody from boost prepared your installation, so you might report
> this omission to whoever that was.
In fact, if libboost-doc package in installed, then the file is in
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