Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of StartModDev


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Dec 8, 2012, 3:21:29 PM (6 years ago)
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    1 = Getting Started with Modularized Boost Library Development =
     1= Getting Started with Modular Boost Library Development =
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    33|| This is a work in progress ||
     
    1010 * A (free) [http://www.github.com GitHub] account. [wiki:StartGitHub Read about Getting Started with GitHub.] If you are new to !GitHub, be sure to do the [wiki:StartGitHub exercise] before coming back here.
    1111 * Your favorite compiler and development environment.
    12  * A recent version of Boost installed. See [http://www.boost.org/more/getting_started/index.html Boost Getting Started]. (Either modularized or pre-modularized Boost will work.)
     12 * A recent version of Boost installed. See [http://www.boost.org/more/getting_started/index.html Boost Getting Started]. (Either modular or pre-modular Boost will work.)
    1313 * The {{{b2}}} executable, created in the {{{boost}}} root directory during installation, added to your path.
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    2222== Directory Structure ==
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    24 For Modularized Boost, header files are placed in a {{{include/boost}}} header hierarchy within your main directory. Here is what a very simple header-only library named {{{simple}}} would look like:
     24For Modular Boost, header files are placed in a {{{include/boost}}} header hierarchy within your main directory. Here is what a very simple header-only library named {{{simple}}} would look like:
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    2626{{{