# Boost :

From: Wang Weiwei (wwwang_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-26 20:18:30

>>> sorry, the error msg is:
>>>
>>> BoostTest.obj : error LNK2019: missing symbol "void __cdecl
>>> boost::re_detail::raise_runtime_error(class _STL::runtime_error
>>> const &)"
>
>Errors like this usually arise either because:
>
>1) You haven't defined __STL_DEBUG when building a debug build (the prebuilt
>lib's do this so you have to in order to link to them). However if this is
>the case you should have got a #error from the autolinking code telling you
>of the problem.

YES, I have defined the __STL_DEBUG macro for the debug build.

>2) You're build of Boost did not in fact get built against STLport. Try
>taking a peek at the symbols defined in the libraries to see if they're
>using _STL or _STLD names (from STLport) or std:: names (from VC++). Also
>try building with bjam and the -d2 option so you can see the command lines
>generated and verify that all the paths are in fact correct.

GREAT! That really helps. Using a text editor, I cannot find _STL or _STLD names in a should-be STLport linked lib, but I can find "std"!

Everything gets ok after I adding 2 lines into the build batch file:

SET INCLUDE="D:\STLport_50\stlport";%INCLUDE%
SET LIB="D:\STLport_50\lib";%LIB%

Thank you so much!

>
>John.
>
>
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