Subject: [Boost-build] Run an simple example after build the Boost.Python
From: Chaomei Lo (chaomeilo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-09-17 18:44:04
I am new to the Boost libraries and now trying to use Boost.Python. I have
followed the build instructions to build the library, they all works
fine. I have a question not sure why that happened that is when I used
"bjam" to compile/link hello.cpp in
"~/boost_1_56_0/libs/python/example/tutorial", it created not only
hello_ext.so files, but also created "libboost_python.so",
"libboost_python.so.1.56.0" and the first three were symbolic linked to the
last one, why did those libboost_python.so* files need to be created. It
were already in the build/install (by invoke ./b2 install) directory's lib
directory. Also there is a bin directory created, not sure what is use for.
Is there any place I can search through the subscribers' previious post, so
that I can avoid asking duplicated questions later.
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