Boost failed updating targets

I tried to replace "-llibboost_filesystem..." with "-lboost_filesystem..." but it does the same. tool set=msvc --build-type=complete stage link.jam: No such file or directory ...patience... common.mkdir boost\bin.v2\libs\chrono common.mkdir boost\bin.v2\libs\chrono\build common.mkdir boost\bin.v2\libs\chrono\build\msvc-10.0 common.mkdir boost\bin.v2\libs\chrono\build\msvc-10.0\debug compile-c-c boost\bin.v2\libs\chrono\build\msvc-10.0\debug\File not found C:\C \boost_1_55_0\boost/config/select_stdlib_config.hpp( 18) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'cstddef': No such file or di rectory call "C:\C \Visual Studio 10.0\vc\vcvarsall.bat" x86 nul cl /Zm800 -nologo @"boost\bin.v2\libs\chrono\build\msvc-10.0\debug\rs p" ...failed compile-c-c boost\bin.v2\libs\chrono\build\msvc-10.0\debug\j...#sudo ./install-dependencies-debian --exclude-qt-sdk ./boost/iterator/iterator_adaptor.hpp:224:7: note: in expansion of macro ‘BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT’ BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT((is_convertible::value)); ^ gcc.compile.c bin.v2/libs/wave/build/gcc-4.8/release/link-static/threading-multi/cpplexer/re2clex/cpp_re.o gcc.archive bin.v2/libs/wave/build/gcc-4.8/release/link-static/threading-multi/libboost_wave.a /opt/rstudio-tools/boost/boost_1_50_0/lib/libboost_wave.a ...failed updating 2 targets...

So I must have done something wrong, but I have no clue what. -- Tim Slattery Sl********@I've tried to install the Boost libraries, and apparently failed. That caused many files to be extracted into a directory structure. I downloaded boost-jam-3.11.13-1ntx86.zip, extracted from that, and put it into a directory that's on my PATH.

It seems to have copied all the header files to where they are supposed to be, but the lib subdirectory of the installation directory is empty. So I must have done something wrong, but I have no clue what.

It seems to have copied all the header files to where they are supposed to be, but the lib subdirectory of the installation directory is empty.

I've tried to install the Boost libraries, and apparently failed. That caused many files to be extracted into a directory structure. I downloaded boost-jam-3.11.13-1ntx86.zip, extracted from that, and put it into a directory that's on my PATH. I opened a command window, and ran my VCVARS32file, to set environment variables.

I opened a command window, and ran my VCVARS32file, to set environment variables. I have VC 6.0 on this machine, so I navigated to the Boost directory, and gave this command: bjam "s Tools=msvc" install And got this result (after LOTS and LOTS of stuff scrolled by): ...

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