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Subject: Re: [Boost-cmake] Issues with Intel C++
From: Bill Hoffman (bill.hoffman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-10-08 12:22:34

Justin Holewinski wrote:

> I have no idea why this is happening. When using the Visual Studio
> toolset, the dynamic-link libraries are placed in bin/ and the import
> libraries are placed in lib/, like you would expect. Why this is not
> the case when using the Intel compiler, I have no idea. Perhaps there
> are a different set of command-line switches that are needed to set to
> the output directory of the import libraries. I'll continue to look
> into it and let you know if I find something.
This was a bug in CMake's Intel file for windows. I just recently
checked in a fix to CVS CMake, and the fix will be in 2.8.0 when it is

You can find a nightly binary for CMake on windows here:;O=D


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