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From: Serge Skorokhodov (serge.skorokhodov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-03 14:30:56


boost autolinking uses special macros that are to be defined in
project settings (link below for details).


The simpliest way to link to dll is adding BOOST_ALL_DYN_LINK to
project setting for all configuration (visual studio I mean;)

Sure the dlls should be on the path or in the same directory as
the executable;)

> No, it does not.
> The library that you are referring to is the import library. I
> am using that already. My point is, it seems to need the
> import library AND the static library (during linking). That
> does not make sense. Please see my first message for the
> details.
> "Christian Henning" <chhenning_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>> You usually don't need to specify the boost lib, that is
>> done automatically depending on your project settings.
>> For dynamic linking you also need to have a .lib file. But
>> this time the .lib file only contains functions declaration,
>> but no implementation. Those are in the DLL.
>> Does that help?
>> Greets, Christian

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