From: Jens Hibbeler (jenshibbeler_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-07 16:00:05
I am trying to use the Boost Library for Threading. But after compilation of
code which uses threads I get an error.
Perhaps anyone can give me a hint, how I get ahead or where my error
Which I did:
0) Executed Borland builder Patch No. 4
1) Downloaded Spirit 1.6.3, set environment variable SPIRIT_ROOT on the
2) Set environment variable BCCROOT on c:\programme\borland\cbuilder6
3) Dowloaded the Boost LIBRARY (tried one after the other from
1_32-1_33 beta, all versions), and set the BOOST_ROOT environment
variable to the listing in which I boost unpacked.
4) At the Boost tools\build\listing\build.bat executed (compiles
correctly for Boland)
5) Executed tools\build\jam_src\bin.ntx86\bjam.exe "- sTOOLS=borland"
install (compiled also, but with few warnings)
6) At the listing, in which I unpacked Boost, I started the
libs\thread\example file once.cpp
7) I made a Porjekt to compile the file
8) I set atthe project settings the include path on
9) I set atthe project attitudes the LIBRARY path on C:\Boost\lib \
10) The program compiled and linked
11) When starting the project it crhases immediately and started the
monitor, which indicates the storage addresses to me.
Where does my error lie? Do I have to adjust something special in the
Many greetings from Hamburg,
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