From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-05-29 17:28:00
> 2. I cannot find the boost_python dlls properly named (with y suffix)
> despite the --with-pydebug switch. What's wrong with it?
Did you resolve this after fixing your STLport install?
> 3. At the end of the build process and before copy of header files
> starts I get a bunch of error messages like "... filed HardLink
> C:\Boost\lib\boost_thread_vc71-mt-p.lib..." and "Cannot Find
> C:\Boost\lib\boost_thread-vc71-mt-p.lib" What does it mean?
It means that it did not create the DLL import libraries for those DLLs.
Many reasons for that to happen, like it failing to create the DLL in
the first place, or the DLL not exporting entry points. Did you get a
warning or error when it was building those DLLs?
> 4. I'm completely puzzeled with how could I use the Boost.Build for
> developing my own software with pre-compiled boost libraries. I tried
> to play with the <lib> switch but without any success. Could I get
> some sample Jamfile to be educated from?
A Jamfile like so is usual:
: debug release ;
Or something like that ;-)
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