[maemo-developers] SyncEvolution in Fremantle

From: Patrick Ohly patrick.ohly at gmx.de
Date: Sun Jan 3 21:33:32 EET 2010
On Wed, 2009-12-30 at 22:25 +0200, Eugene Agafonov wrote:
> I tried to build fro source package you provided but build fails because of boostlib.

We are careful to not depend on any Boost libraries, only the header
files. So to compile, all that is needed is a copy of
the /usr/include/boost files in a location so that "boost/*.hpp" can be

SyncEvolution used to come with the Boost header files bundled in the
source code. Is that a useful fallbacks for systems which don't have a
Boost package?

I'm currently toying with compilation For Android, which requires
slightly modified/simplified Boost headers. If SyncEvolution had its own
private copy of the header files, I could push my modifications there.

Best Regards, Patrick Ohly

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