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Hello, I'm a new user and when making Freepop(an Open Source game), I
get this error:
$ c:/docume~1/ibai/escritorio/freepop-0.6.0/configure && make && make install
checking build system type... i686-pc-mingw32
checking host system type... i686-pc-mingw32
checking target system type... i686-pc-mingw32
checking boost/filesystem/fstream.hpp usability... no
checking boost/filesystem/fstream.hpp presence... no
checking for boost/filesystem/fstream.hpp... no
configure: error: *** boost headers not found!
So, I've downloaded boost1.3.2 but the error continues. Have I got to
put the boost folder in any specific directory? I use WindowsXP.
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From: Andres Rand <lothar@ho...> - 2005-03-02 17:45:46
>So, I've downloaded boost1.3.2 but the error continues. Have I got to
>put the boost folder in any specific directory? I use WindowsXP.
Just downloading boost does not do the trick. You have to install it as
it comes in source mode.
First steps in building process:
If you have mingw\bin and mingwdir in your system PATH variable, tehn
you can go to
<boost_dir>\tools\build\jam_src there you run 'build.bat mingw'
(in msys, go to same location and type 'start build.bat mingw')
It builds binaries in <boost_dir>\tools\build\jam_src\bin.ntx86
Those binaries are for boost install procedure and are substitutes for
usual GNU make
Basicaly, read the manual ;)
ATM I can't make an effort and study on this subject further. If someone
give a hand.
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