From: dhruva (dhruvakm_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-09 04:35:47
I had earlier reported an issue in the built librariy names on win32
using MSVC. I am using VS.net to build boost.
The header file (doing an implicit link calling #pragma "link") tries
to link to a file with "vc71" but the file has "vc".
It is trivial to fix this by editing the "config/auto_link.h" but the
proble is in the build generating the wrong file names (wrong: based
on the 1_33_1 version of boost and 1_32 version too).
IMHO, build on win32 using VS.net needs to get fixed before a final
release or each user will start modifying either the header to look
for "vc" or modify the build to generate "vc71" or do a manual
renaming of files to "vc71" (which I have done).
with best regards,
On 5/9/07, Thomas Witt <witt_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> The 1.34.0 release candidate is now available from http://
> www.boost.org/release/ please give it a try and report any problems
> to the developer list or directly to me.
> The tentative release date is May 11.
> Thomas Witt
> Boost-users mailing list
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