From: Johan Råde (rade_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-01 13:51:33
I'm using the iostreams library together with Qt on Windows.
Windows does not support zlib, but Qt does.
The Qt binaries include zlib.
When I build the iostreams library I have to specify the name of the
binary that contains zlib.
But that name is not known when I build the iostreams library.
I have several Qt binaries:
Qt3 and Qt4, static and dynamic, debug and release.
So it is difficult to know in advance the name of the Qt binary that
Why do I have to tell Boost build the name of the binary that contains
As long as I make sure that zlib is present in some binary at link time,
Boost should not have to know where it is.
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