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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Installation issue: cannot pass the last test in tutorial,
From: Minh Anh (anhminh132_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-21 13:38:23
Thanks for your reply,
Indeed, both files exist and in the correct path as indicated in the command line.
but what did you mean by running from IDE? Because we need an argument in the command line, so from the VS2005, I launch tools/VS2005 Command Prompt, and then type the same command line as before? And it'll yield the same resultat.
What could I do?
Steven Watanabe <watanabesj_at_[hidden]> wrote: AMDG
Minh Anh wrote:
> I'm a novice here. Sorry if this issue has been posted already. I've
> searched the archived in the mailing list, and did some searches by
> google, but couldn't find anything relevant.
> I've just tried to install boost library to use with Visual Studio
> 2005. I followed all the steps indicated in the tutorial "getting
> started on Windows". Everything seems to work fine until the last
> step, section 6 "link your program to boost library".
> I did copy/paste the example in this section, and follow the
> instructions for the configuration. Then I built it with success.
> However, when I tested the program with the command line like
> suggested in section 6.4, but it failed. It keep saying that "the
> system cannot execute the specific program".
> The command line I used is:
> "C:\Documents and Settings\A_M\My documents\Visual Studio
> 2005\Projects\example\debug\example.exe" < "C:\jayne.txt"
> is this right?
I don't see anything obviously wrong, assuming that both files exist.
Do you get the same error if you try to run it from the IDE?
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