|author||Boris Kolpackov <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2011-04-24 16:21:36 +0200|
|committer||Boris Kolpackov <email@example.com>||2011-04-24 16:21:36 +0200|
Use capitalized Boost name for consistency
1 files changed, 11 insertions, 11 deletions
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Prerequisites
- libodb http://www.codesynthesis.com/products/odb/
- - boost http://www.boost.org
+ - Boost http://www.boost.org
Building on UNIX
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ Building on UNIX
The following build instructions are for the Linux/UNIX/Mac OS X
operating systems as well as for Cygwin and MinGW on Windows.
-The standard autotools-based build system is used on these platforms.
+The standard autotools-based build system is used on these platforms.
After unpacking the source code archive, change to the libodb-boost
package directory (referred to as libodb-boost/ from now on) and run
the configure script:
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ To see the available configuration options run configure with --help:
-The configure script expects the libodb and boost headers and libraries
+The configure script expects the libodb and Boost headers and libraries
to be installed in a directory where the C++ compiler and linker will
search for them by default (normally /usr and /usr/local). If these
libraries are installed in other directories, you can use the CPPFLAGS
@@ -31,13 +31,13 @@ and LDFLAGS configure variables to specify their locations, for example:
./configure CPPFLAGS=-I/opt/libodb/include LDFLAGS=-L/opt/libodb/lib
If these libraries are not installed and you would like to use their
-build directories instead, you can use the --with-libodb, and
+build directories instead, you can use the --with-libodb, and
--with-boost configure options to specify their locations, for example:
-For the boost build directory the configure script expects to find the
-boost libraries in the stage/lib/ subdirectory.
+For the Boost build directory the configure script expects to find the
+Boost libraries in the stage/lib/ subdirectory.
As another example, the following configure command only builds shared
libraries, uses the specified C++ compiler, and compiles with optimization
@@ -64,11 +64,11 @@ Studio. If you would like to build libodb-boost with GCC either using
Cygwin or MinGW, refer to the "Building on UNIX" section above.
The standard Visual Studio project and solution files are used on this
-platform. The provided project files expect the libodb and boost header
+platform. The provided project files expect the libodb and Boost header
and import library directories to be in the VC++ Directories Include and
Library search lists. For libodb, see the INSTALL file in the package
directory for more information on how to setup the VC++ Directories. For
-boost, refer to the boost documentation.
+Boost, refer to the Boost documentation.
To build libodb-boost, unpack the source code archive and open the
libodb-boost-vc<N>.sln file located in the libodb-boost package
@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ version of Visual Studio that you are using. Once the solution is open,
select the desired build configuration (Debug or Release) and platform
(Win32 or x64) and build the solution.
-The resulting 32-bit DLLs and import libraries are placed into the
+The resulting 32-bit DLLs and import libraries are placed into the
libodb-boost\bin\ and libodb-boost\lib\ directories, respectively.
Similarly, the 64-bit DLLs and import libraries are placed into
libodb-boost\bin64\ and libodb-boost\lib64\. The Release versions of
@@ -92,10 +92,10 @@ Win32:
- Executable: ...\libodb-boost\bin
+ Executable: ...\libodb-boost\bin
- Executable: ...\libodb-boost\bin64
+ Executable: ...\libodb-boost\bin64