[C++-sig] Re: help building hello world example on Debian
dholth at fastmail.fm
Fri Apr 9 17:34:24 CEST 2004
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Faheem Mitha wrote:
| I have the debian package installed. I also downloaded the debian
| sources for boost, which are the boost sources patched for debian.
| I was hoping that someone who uses Debian could tell me the correct
| compilation arguments to pass to g++, which I can then use to
| write a simple Makefile for hello.cpp. Surely it cannot be so
Under Linux (I can't do this in Windows yet) I have had no difficulty
using distutils to build boost.python extensions. Just put
boost_python in the list of library dependencies and it works; my
shoutpy (http://dingoskidneys.com/shoutpy/) would be a reasonable example.
It is especially easy with boost packages since the standard include
and library paths are all that's necessary.
- - Daniel Holth
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