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From: Evan Carew (carew_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-06 09:56:24

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David Abrahams wrote:

>Evan Carew <carew_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>David Abrahams wrote:
>>>Evan Carew <carew_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>>>David Abrahams wrote:
>>>>>Evan Carew <carew_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>>>>>There have been few libraries I have used recently where I didn't have
>>>>>>to call this list for help. While I have always received a degree of
>>>>>>help which has been useful to me, I routinely see other threads where
>>>>>>a programmer with a question doesn't seem to connect with the
>>>>>>respondents (the latest threads about bjam & python being good
>>>>>Hm, those are my responsibility, to some degree. Which threads
>>>>try the following:
>>>>Re: [Boost-users] boost python (compiling an extension)
>>>I don't know what thread about bjam you're referring to.
>>Am I missing something? You wanted a thread didn't you?
>I'm sorry, wasn't this supposed to be an example of a thread where a
>programmer with a question didn't connect with the respondents? Maybe
>I don't understand what that means?
As it happens, it is an example of a programmer having trouble with
the build process, bjam, and his inability to find sufficient
documentation to get the job done. Contrary to what is usually said
about boost's build process, this query is about the ability to build
python extensions using the mandatory bjam process. If you read the
thread, you will experience one of the examples you were requesting.

Evan Carew
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