From: Mateusz Loskot (mateusz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-05-18 21:16:39
On 19-05-18 00:52:00, Majid Hojati via Geometry wrote:
>I am new to the boost library, I was looking for a wkb conversion for boost
>geometry and find out that it exists as an gis extension but I could not
>find it when I installed boost using apt-get install on Linux.
Since they are extensions, they are not released into `master` branch ,
so they are not included in the Boost official release.
>I was wondering if there is any specific way to install extensions on Linux?
You can clone the repo and checkout the `develop` branch, then copy any
extension you need from  directory.
Alternatively, you can follow this instruction  which is:
- shallow clone of the Boost superproject
- initialise bunch of required modules
- run depinst.py to grab any required Boost libraries
- bootstrap b2 driver
- deploy all headers
And, simply, use Geometry from this custom installation - it's a header-only
library after all, no binaries to build and link against.
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