[opensource-dev] Compiling Snowglobe

malachi malachi at tamzap.com
Tue Sep 14 06:31:57 PDT 2010

i am a windows 7 user using visual studio 2005 and i installed my own  
boost library from that site. snowglobe compiles with 0 errors. though i  
did copy and paste every single lib and dll file from boost to the library  
folder of the client folder lol. but still no errors mate.

On Tue, 14 Sep 2010 07:54:30 -0400, Robin Cornelius  
<robin.cornelius at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 12:35 PM, malachi <malachi at tamzap.com> wrote:
>> 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:
> Are you sure they work with snowglobe/snowstorm?
> Any boost libs used MUST be compiled with SECURE_SCL=0 in order to be
> compatable with the secondlife source code compile options, and
> depending on the version of boost /winSDK you may also need to add
> SECURE_STL=0 and neither of these are default options so my past
> experience has shown the libs from boostpro do not work for SL.
> What is wrong with the libs provided with snowglobe/snowstorm on
> Visual Studio 2005? is this some new problem that they do not work?
> they have always worked fine for me on multiple systems and sdks.
> If you are looking for libs for 2008 see
> http://jira.secondlife.com/browse/VWR-9541, which has a link to my
> boost builds for 2008
> http://www.byteme.org.uk/downloads/boost_1_39_VC90_no_scl_shared_crt_static_link.zip
> (as the LL supplied ones for 2008 do not function).
> Robin

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