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Questionfrom "ls" to C++ buffer? Pin
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Vaclav_ wrote:
I just downloaded boost , like to try it, but it does not included format.


I'm not sure what you mean. Are you trying to figure out how to install boost for your OS?

If you have a reasonably recent linux version, you should be able to get boost via the package management system - e.g. apt, yum, etc. But take a look at what version of boost the system is providing, if you're wanting to use boost.process. That was added in v 1.64 which seems to be from April 2017, so that's a recent addition.
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