I attempted to post this at 1:20AM PST but the server seemed to be down. 1st)
As a test for whether boost is working I used,
$sudo btool -f phone_logs.txt -d "Phone Call Logs"
for which the output indicates a negative indicator that boost was compiled into the make, with the following output,
-f option not supported - no Boost serialization support available
as stated previously.
Is this a proper test for whether I have boost enabled? 2nd)
As to whether I installed what was required for boost to work correctly I am not sure. For Debian (and therefore and I am assuming Ubuntu) these consist of:
which comes from the Barry main "README" file. I am not sure if I have to compile a package "boost" as there is none in the official repository or if the development package is good enough. 3rd)
Here are some initial tests of what you asked: config.status
$grep -in boost config.status (Output)
338: with options \"'--prefix=/usr' '--with-boost=/usr'\"
413: echo "running CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash /bin/bash ./configure " '--prefix=/usr' '--with-boost=/usr' $ac_configure_extra_args " --no-create --no-recursion" >&6
416: exec /bin/bash "./configure" '--prefix=/usr' '--with-boost=/usr' $ac_configure_extra_args --no-create --no-recursion
$grep -in boost config.log (Output)
7: $ ./configure --prefix=/usr --with-boost=/usr
Thanks for looking