From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-23 12:13:06
> Anyway, my recommendation is that we stop building debug variants of
> compiled libraries by default. It's easy for the user to build them if
> they are really required.
There is one exception: if you're using VC++ or some other compiler that
ships with multiple runtimes, then you *must* link against a Boost lib
that's built against the same runtime as your application is using (probably
a debug runtime during development). Of course on Linux (and probably most
Unix variants) this is a non-issue.
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