boost_cropped: Portable C++ libraries (subset needed for Sage)#
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Equivalent System Packages#
$ sudo pacman -S boost
$ conda install boost-cpp
$ apt-cyg install libboost-devel
$ sudo apt-get install libboost-dev
$ sudo yum install boost-devel
$ sudo pkg install devel/boost-libs
$ brew install boost
macports: install the following packages: boost
$ nix-env --install boost
$ sudo zypper install boost-devel
$ sudo slackpkg install boost
$ sudo xbps-install boost-devel
If the system package is installed, ./configure will check whether it can be used.