From: Neal D. Becker (nbecker_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-20 12:52:46
On Thursday 20 November 2003 12:30, Robert Ramey wrote:
> Neal D. Becker wrote:
> >I want to try serialization13, but it has .cpp files, not just headers, so
> > it needs to be compiled.
> >Can I build serialization13 without first merging it into a complete boost
> >source tree?
> There is no inherent reason this can't be done. It just seems more
> convenient to me. I don't know what platform/compiler you want to
> try it on so I don't know how much fussing around with include
> paths, compiler settings, etc will be necessary.
> If fact, if your going down this path, you really don't even need to
> build the library. You might get what you want by just including
> the *.cpp files in your project.
> On the other hand, why make your life any more difficult that it
> already is?, if you do it the way everyone else does, you can
> benefit from the jamfile system, testing etc. If your platform
> isn't one of the ones already working for draft 13 (VC 7.0 VC 7.1
> GCC 3.2) this is pretty much indispensable at this point.
Thanks. After playing around a little I enountered another problem. It seems
serialization13 is not designed to build with boost-1.30.2? I got complaints
about iterator_adaptor related header file not found (sorry, I lost the exact
message), so I'm guessing serialization13 is only meant to work with an
unreleased boost version?
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