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  Copyright 2006-2007 John Maddock.
  Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0.
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If you are using Microsoft or Borland C++ and link to a dll version of the 
run time library, then you can choose to also link to a dll version of Boost.Regex 
by defining the symbol BOOST_REGEX_DYN_LINK when you compile your code. 
While these dll's are redistributable, there are no "standard" versions, 
so when installing on the users PC, you should place these in a 
directory private to your application, and not in the PC's directory path. 
Note that if you link to a static version of your run time library, then 
you will also link to a static version of Boost.Regex and no dll's will 
need to be distributed. The possible Boost.Regex dll and library names are 
computed according to the  formula given in 
[@../../../../more/getting_started.html the getting started guide].

Note: you can disable automatic library selection by defining the 
symbol BOOST_REGEX_NO_LIB when compiling, this is useful if you want to 
build Boost.Regex yourself in your IDE, or if you need to debug Boost.Regex.