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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Lean and mean boost
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-06-21 16:04:11

Robert Bielik wrote:
> Robert Ramey skrev 2011-06-21 21:12:
>> If it were me, I'd think a little more about this. When I include
>> boost in a (real) commercial project. I include/link to a public
>> directory which contains the release of boost I want to depend on.
> Neat, so there are such creatures publicly available ? Examples ?
> Also, I don't need all of boost, just some parts of it...

Also look into BCP which extracts a subset of boost libraries.
I tried this, and much to my amazement - it worked well.

>> b) It prevents me from getting surprised by changes that I'm not
>> expecting.
> No problem for me as I use svn:external with specified revision...
>> Boost files are "read-only" in this context so they are not great
>> candidates for "checking out the latest version"
> That's not what I'm doing. The build script is for building
> everything within a project to eventually produce installer files,
> totally automated.
> /Rob

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