From: clubdelpelosuperfluo (clubdelpelosuperfluo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-30 11:31:39
I ended up with a new stlport dir under the vc++ include dir, too.
Now using the MSVC-STLPORT tool, I should set the
--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], David Abrahams <dave_at_b...> wrote:
> "rameysb" <Ramey_at_r...> writes:
> > I downloaded and installed STLPort on my machine. The
> > procedure leaves an STLPort directory in my msvc 6.0 include
> > directory. OK.
> Yikes! I've never ended up with that arrangement. I just built the
> library. Is this a recent development in STLPort?
> > However, the msvc-stlport documentation doesn't mention this and
> > fact seems totally out of sync with what the tool set does.
> > to make things work i have to look at the gcc-stlport docs then
> > jam files and twiddle my environmental variables and ...
> What should the docs say?
> > This isn't going to work for library users.
> How can we fix it?
> Dave Abrahams
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