From: Linus Tan (ltan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-23 21:06:03
I'm having trouble linking with boost's filesystem library. I searched the
mailing list archives and found a similar problem described, but there was
no solution posted so I'm asking again here.
I'm using Boost 1.30.2, STLport 4.5.3 and MSVC6 SP5. I compiled Boost with
msvc-stlport and stlport-iostream.
Here's the problem: I'm able to link with libboost_filesystem.lib and use
some of the functions. For example, fs::create_directory( "foobar" ) works
perfectly fine. However, when I try to use anything that returns a
std::string I get an error like:
Application.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol "public: class
_STL::allocator<char> > __thiscall
What could I be doing wrong? I've rebuilt stlport and fiddled with linker
settings to no avail.
I'm using MSVC's debug multithreaded library and the debug boost::filesystem
library, if that helps.
I've verified that I'm including the stlport headers and not MSVC's, and
I've verified that I'm linking to the stlport_vc6 library.
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