Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of BoostFusion0x


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Timestamp:
May 6, 2008, 5:31:54 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
Douglas Gregor
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  • BoostFusion0x

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    1313                http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=2435&package_id=240780
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    15             When running the installer, you only need to install the 
    16 "minimal" set of files.
     15            When running the installer, you only need to install the "minimal" set of files.
    1716
    1817        2) Download the "core" and "g++" GCC 4.3.0 binaries from here:
     
    2019                http://www.tdragon.net/recentgcc/
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    22         3) Unzip the two files over top of your MINGW distribution, which 
    23 replaces the default (ancient) compiler with GCC 4.3.
     21        3) Unzip the two files over top of your MINGW distribution, which  replaces the default (ancient) compiler with GCC 4.3.
    2422
    25         4) Try to compile a simple program, e.g., "static_assert(false, "It 
    26 works!");" with
     23        4) Try to compile a simple program, e.g., "static_assert(false, "It  works!");" with
    2724
    2825                c:\mingw\bin\g++ -std=c++0x foo.cpp
     
    3330        sudo port install gcc43
    3431
    35 Fink also has a version of GCC 4.3 in the unstable distribution. Once 
    36 you've configured for the unstable distribution, use:
     32Fink also has a version of GCC 4.3 in the unstable distribution. Once  you've configured for the unstable distribution, use:
    3733
    3834        fink install gcc43
    3935
    40 For Linux users: You can build GCC 4.3 on your own (get the source at 
    41 gcc.gnu.org), or perhaps be lucky enough to find a binary for your 
    42 particular distribution.
     36For Linux users: You can build GCC 4.3 on your own (get the source at  gcc.gnu.org), or perhaps be lucky enough to find a binary for your  particular distribution.
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