where is containers.lib?

  • Thelonius Fonk

    Thelonius Fonk - 2009-12-09


    First of all, thank you Andy for the tremendous effort you've put into this. You've done a great job!

    Then, sorry for this very basic question but I downloaded the new version of stlplus and I just tried to build it with VS2005 (stlplus3.dsw converted to vcproj) and I get the following lib files: persistence, portability.lib, strings.lib, subsystems.lib but no trace of any containers.lib. Is that normal?
    Any help would be much appreciated.
    - Thelonius

  • Andy Rushton

    Andy Rushton - 2010-01-20

    Sorry for not replying, the email either got lost or spam-filtered and I missed it.

    This is normal and correct. The containers library is an include-only library, i.e. all the code is template code and is therefore in the headers. There is no code to compile into a library so there isn't one. Just include the relevant headers (or containers.hpp to get all of them) and you will have access to all the container classes.


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