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From: Serge Skorokhodov (serge.skorokhodov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-07-19 07:17:30

Jeff Garland wrote:


>> I'm having problems linking the date_time lib. I'm using the
>> vc-7_1- stlport config. In the debug build everything is
>> fine. But no libs are build for release mode. At least there
>> are none w/o the g in their name in the stage/lib folder.
>> The pragma comment lib stuff complains when building my
>> program about not being able to find
>> libboost_date_time-vc71-mt-p-1_32.lib. And indeed, it is not
>> there.
>> I'm using this cmd-line to build date_time
>> ..\..\build\bjam.exe -sTOOLS=vc-7_1-stlport "-
>> sSTLPORT_4.6.2_PATH=D:\Alexander.Jasper\hlf\OpsMan-
>> 2\tao146_port\thirdparty\stlport" "-sstlport-iostreams=on"
>> --with- date_time stage
> Well I'm not sure, but there have been build issues with
> vc7_1/stlport/date-time. Mostly revolving around wide char
> handling -- which it appears you've already turned off. This
> comes up enough that we wrote it up in the new version of the
> docs, but it doesn't seem likely that this is the problem, but
> just in case have a look at:
> I'm afraid I don't have any other suggestions...
I'm not sure if it is relevant but I've just rebuilt the last cvs
update and the full set of libboost-date_time* libs is built for
vc-7_1 without STLPort. And I had problems building and using
boost::date_time without /Zc:wchar_t switch. Still, it's a great
and useful lib!


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