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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] using Regex and other Boost libraries that require a build
From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-08-24 12:23:31


Bhushan Inamdar wrote:
> - I then navigated to Tools->Options->Projects and
> Solutions->VC++Directories and selected Win32 on first combo on top left
> - There I selected Includes in the other combo on top right and added the
> C:\Program Files\Boost\Boost_1_44_0\Boost to the list
> - Then on the same page I changed the top right combo to Libraries and added
> C:\Program Files\Boost\Boost_1_44_0\libs to the list
> - Considering that I should not miss out on any other libraries, I added
> C:\Program Files\Boost\Boost_1_44_0\bin.V2 to the list as well; this
> directory was constructed as a result of build by Bjam.exe

libs and bin.v2 aren't the directories that you need
to add to the library path. By default, the directory
you need to add is stage/lib

> - Although this Question is not related to Boost, on a lighter note, I would
> just want ask this. Please ignore this if it does not hold ground. I have
> installed Boost after I installed Visual Assist for Visual Studio. Hence,
> whereever I use Boost members and classes, it keeps on saying that
> refactoring data is not available. Hence, I presume that, if I uninstall and
> reinstall Visual Assist, it should help? Or in other words, is there a
> better way to refactor boost library code so that intellisense can pick
> that? I will continue searching for this and hope that there is an option in
> Visual Assist itself. Nonetheless, it is not as important as Boost build
> related questions.

The installation order shouldn't matter.

In Christ,
Steven Watanabe

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