From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-06 06:22:04
> I am using the stuff ripped from boost_1_31_0.tar.gz, the v2 stuff.
Yes, this explains things.
> I tried to access sf.net CVS but there seems to be a problem:
> cvs -d:pserver:anonymous_at_cvs.sourceforge.n et:/cvsroot/boost co boost
> can't create temporary directory /tmp/cvs-serv24024
> Permission denied
Strange, this command works fine with me (at least when I remove the space
between "n" and "et", but I guess that's just copy-paste error)
You probably can try later.
> There is no snapshot download available, isn't it?
Why not, try http://zigzag.cs.msu.su/~ghost/v2_snapshot.tar.bz2
There's also mirror at boost-consulting.com:
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous_at_[hidden]:/boost co boost
>> Unfortunately, you also add some file to your project depending
>> on presense of the library, and there's no builtin way to do this.
>> The way you do it is perfectly OK, though if you are not scared
>> of being the first one to try a new idea I've just got, you can try:
> I am not scared at all. Your 'new' solution even looks elegant to me.
> However, my version of Boost.Build v2 does not recognise the <source>.
> Is this only in CVS?
Yes. We used to have <library>, which could add source but worked only
worked for library targets. So <source> was introduced, which works
everywhere (and <library> is just a synonym for <source> now).
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