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Boost error with old source

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Hello, I need help with this. I get a boost error when i try to cmake this old source https://github.com/Quadral/335source

I get this error:

Could not find the following static Boost libraries:

boost_system

boost_filesystem

boost_thread

boost_program_options

boost_iostreams

Its a very weird error because I have boost correctly installed in my pc and it works perfect with my 2018 trinitycore. im using boost 1.66 and Cmake 3.13.3

 

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You probably need to change compiler.

If you're using latest VS try rolling back to 2013.


 

 

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Hit your windows key and type "environment variables" then hit enter.

Edit these as following

 index.png

 

Basically click "ny..." - "new..."

and write

"boost_root" as Variable name

"F:/boost_1_66_0" as Variable value

 

F:/boost_1_66_0 <- this is where your boost is located. For me it's F:/ but for you it may be H:/

Nonetheless, do this for both User variable and System variable. !MAKE SURE TO RESTART YOUR COMPUTER AFTER"

 

Also, you may have an incorrect cmake version. Please include cmake version as well.

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Thanks you both for your quick answer, after a couple of days trying I figured it out it was like @Hamar said I needed an older compiler. It's supposed that new compilers should work with old sources but oh well,that was the fix: 2013 compiler.

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