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From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-02-17 08:15:13

>> Given that this comes up on the mailing list from time to time - and
>> usually
>> causes problems - some kind of information would be rather useful.
> This certainly would be a good idea.
> The problem I see is, that boost 1.34 has specified an outdated (and
> unsupported) version of the stlport as belonging to the release set.
> Nevertheless a newer version might well be working with boost, and so
> appropriate documentation would be helpful.
> I got started by a hint from Volodya, who told me to look into the
> stlport.jam file, which has some plain text documentation in the header.
> You might also want to look into my setup for the regression at:

Thanks I did some similar hacking to my user-config.jam file a while back so
I could run STLport tests locally. However, I'm not sure we want end users
to have to around hacking user-config.jam ?

Is there any way we can make this easier for folks who just want to build
the libraries?



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