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    Hi All,

    I'm trying to using QxOrm on ubuntu. is that need to be installed? I found on the web site the QxOrm_1.1.5.zip file. I'm tryng to compiling it but no succes. I got
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    1. error: cannot find -lboost_serialization-mt-d
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    How to solve that?
    And how to declare QxOrm on .pro and on the headear file?

    Thanks for your appreciation.

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    Default Re: How to declare QxOrm on .pro and on the headear file?

    How to solve that?
    As the error says - it can't find boost_serialization-mt-d which is a boost lib.
    You need to install boost.
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