[opensource-dev] Compiling Snowglobe

malachi malachi at tamzap.com
Tue Sep 14 04:35:20 PDT 2010

yes you can get the boost you need at http://www.boostpro.com/download/
On Tue, 14 Sep 2010 03:18:30 -0400, Rob Nelson  
<nexisentertainment at gmail.com> wrote:

>   So I've got a recent-ish snowglobe source tree on Windows 7.  It
> compiles fine on Linux.  However, on Windows it's a hellish nightmare,
> and the wiki might as well be talking about compiling 1.23.  I've asked
> 3 separate IRC channels with few positive results.
> My current problem is with the libraries.  VC80 screams about missing
> VC80 boost libraries.  I looked in the libraries folder and found that
> it had VC90 boost libraries (according to the filenames, anyway), so I
> spent an hour installing and configuring VC90 only to find that it is
> almost as broken as VC2010, flooding me with "unresolved external"
> errors when linking with any non-boost lib.
> So, is there anywhere I can find VC80 boost binaries compatible with
> SnowGlobe? (The prebuilt tarballs that LL provides only come with VC90
> libs.)  If not, how do I get this thing to build?  Which voodoo god must
> I sacrifice my firstborn to?
> Rob
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