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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] boost.zlib on Windows
From: Philipp Kraus (philipp.kraus_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-03-18 10:51:16


I'm using both gzip & bzip2 support under Windows with Cygwin. I have
compiled the
libraries myself and setup the environment variables and compile in the
next step
the IOStream Boost library (see the IOStream documentation).

Everything works fine with bzip2 and gzip support.


Am 18.03.2012 15:05, schrieb László Marák:
> Dear Boost Users,
> I would like to ask You what is the status of Boost.zlib on Windows.
> I
> have a program that uses Boost.iostreams to create a gzip file. It
> compiles both on Windows and Linux and on Linux it creates a
> functional gz file. On Windows it creates a gz file but when I try to
> decompress the file it gives me "data error".
> When I look at Boost's regression tests both gzip and zlib is missing
> on Windows. Has anybody successfully run Boost.zlib on Windows
> recently? Is there some flush method that should be called, but on
> Linux it does not show any symptoms?
> Thank You in advance,
> UJ
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