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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] usage of bcp
From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-12-08 10:36:31
>>> I've been reconsidering the use of bcp to import boost code into a
>>> public-facing portion of our api for intrusive_ptr, I've read the
>>> documentation somewhat, and tried using the command as follows:
>>> C:\Program Files\boost\boost_1_41_0\>bcp intrusive_ptr
>> What directory is it being run from? If it doesn't know where the
>> Boost root directory is then the "intrusive_ptr" arg will be flagged
>> as an error leading to the help screen. So either... use the
>> --boost=path option to set the location of the boost tree, or else cd
>> into Boost's root directory and:
>> bcp boost/intrusive_ptr.hpp destination-path
>> to get just the header and it's dependencies, or else:
>> bcp intrusive destination-path
>> to get all of the "intrusive" library and it's dependencies -
>> including those of the example and test programs - ie quite a lot of
>> Using "intrusive_ptr" as a name failed, because there is no such
>> library name in boost... it's spelled "intrusive" instead.
> Do you mean smart_ptr instead of intrusive?
Ah, yes quite right, good catch!
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