Newbie question regarding complation with Visual Studia .NET
I am using STLport-4.5.3 and I am also using Microsoft Visual C++ .NET
(Microsoft Development Environment 2003 Version 7.1.3088)as IDE for my
project. I am trying to use regex in my application but I have some
doubts and I am not able to link my application with boost_1_33_1.
* Where should STLPORT_PATH should point to. I have set it to
"C:\STLport" where STLport contains directories such as "STLport-4.5.3"
etc. Is that correct?
* Then I switched to directory c:\boost\boost_1_33_1\libs\regex\build
* Then I run "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
* Then I run the following command nmake -f vc71-stlport.mak. It works
* When I run the following command "nmake -fvc71-stlport.mak install"
I got an error as follows:
Building Boost.Regex without ICU / Unicode support
Hint:set ICU_PATH on the name command line to point to your ICU
installation if you have one.
NMAKE : fatal error U1073: Don't know how to make
Any help will be highly appreciated!
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Re: Newbie question regarding complation with VisualStudia .NET
> * Where should STLPORT_PATH should point to. I have set it to
> C:\STLport where STLport contains directories such as "STLport-4.5.3"
> etc. Is that correct?
Nope, for the makesfile set it to the directory containing the specific
STLport version you want to build against - it should have a subdirectory
called "stlport" containing all the std lib headers. So probably: