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Boost with eclipse cannot find thread library


Specify the library without the lib prefix (which is the UNIX convention):

g++ "-LC:Boostoost_1_57_0stagelib"
-pthread -o MyThread.exe main.o MyThread.o
-libboost_thread-mgw49-mt-1_57 

There's even a chance that (with the help of some standard convention symlinks) you could just say -lboost_thread.

PS Don't forget to use -pthread as well


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