Re: Ask for help. Boost Thread Problem with VS 2005
using namespace std;
using namespace boost;
cout << "Hello world, I'm a thread!" << endl;
int main(int argc, char* argv)
The above code cannot be compiled in VS 2005. The compiler reports an
error message "Threading support unavaliable: it has been explicitly
disabled with BOOST_DISABLE_THREADS", What's the cause?
Who know the solution to it? Thanks in advance. Any help is appreciated.
Just read the boost thread documentation, particularly on
According to the documentation, a VS project must include the
multithreaded version of the runtime in order to use boost threads.
Right. That's the OP's problem.
Furthermore, the #include directives should be:
You don't need to manually include <boost/config.hpp>, and the
top-level <boost/thread.hpp> pulls in all the parts of the thread
library, which the OP may not want or need. There's no problem
including just <boost/thread/thread.hpp>, as the author of the library
does in his examples, found here:
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