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Boost Libs for 2008?

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You might also want to look at the Visual C++ 2008 Feature Pack Beta. It includes an implementation of tr1 for VC 2008, which includes many of the most commonly used boost components (smart pointers, regex, containers, etc.). With these boost components moving into the standard library you don't necessarily need to use boost to get much of the key functionality.

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You might also want to look at the Visual C++ 2008 Feature Pack Beta. It includes an implementation of tr1 for VC 2008, which includes many of the most commonly used boost components (smart pointers, regex, containers, etc.). With these boost components moving into the standard library you don't necessarily need to use boost to get much of the key functionality.


Hey thanks for the heads up. Does that link include filesystem from boost?

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Just build boost yourself. It's not very hard to do. Check out trunk from subversion repository, download the compiled bjam. Then follow the Getting Started tutorial for boost.

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