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Cleaning up my system after dropping mongodb and reverting to the stable revision of boost.
sslsniff fails during econf:
checking boost/asio.hpp usability... no
checking boost/asio.hpp presence... no
checking for boost/asio.hpp... no
configure: error: libboost1.35-dev library is not installed.
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Could you try re-emerging dev-libs/boost-1.49*, please?
(In reply to comment #5)
> Could you try re-emerging dev-libs/boost-1.49*, please?
Just re-emerging did not help, so I unmerged / emerged "clean." Also, I noted that boost was skipping creating /usr/include/boost/ as it already existed, and created differently named include folder links. I manually removed /usr/include/boost* before merging from scratch.
At the end of all that, I did 'emerge @preserved-rebuild' (including sslsniff) with no issues - apart from libreoffice taking forever to build, but what else is new...
So, I would say I'm OK with how this stands, though boost should do a better job of upgrade / downgrade without requiring this degree of hand-holding (in an perfect world).
this looks like more of a problem with boost, reassigning.
Please, try with current stable boost(1.52) and report USE flags that Boost build with, thanks.