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On Sunday, March 10, 2019, Richard Hodges <hodg...@gmail.com
On Sunday, March 10, 2019, Richard Hodges via Boost-users <boost...@lists.boost.org> wrote:
AFAIR boost.log does not depend on boost.asio at all.
It appears it does:
With respect, the linked question seems to be about a crash when combining boost.log and boost.asio with each from different versions of boost . This is unsurprising since both libraries will depend on boost.core.
I am very sure that boost.log has no direct dependency on boost.asio. I use these libraries a lot.
"Boost.Log does indeed use Boost.ASIO to implement some of its features (network-based syslog sink, in particular). Boost.ASIO marks its symbols as externally visible, so they are exported from Boost.Log shared object."
Note that the crashing code does not use network based syslog. Boost.log may not intend to always have a dependency on boost.asio, but it appears it does.