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From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-12 18:42:38
The serialization library really creates two
libraries:libboost_serialization.lib and libboost_wserialization.lib (note
the w). If the platform/compiler doesn't support wide char i/o (e.g.
mingw) the libboost_wserialization.lib will fail to build. The library
libboost_serialization.lib will function as advertised.
In short, if wide characters arn't supported - don't use them and you'll
have no problem. Note that our test matrix includes dests for mingw and
alll the wide char tests fail for this reason. This does not alter the
utility of the narrow char version of the library.
Ken Perry wrote:
> I am trying to compile Serialization with out cygwin but
> serialization and other libraries in boost give the error "#error
> wide char i/o not supported on this platform" When I try to compile
> under the xp pro Command line. Is there some way this and the other
> libraries can be compiled under Mingw even if wide char i/o is not
> supported I don't really need wide char i/o I just want a way to use
> serialization xml as my base file types under both linux and windows.
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