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 1.. Copyright David Abrahams 2006. Distributed under the Boost
 2.. Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying
 3.. file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)
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 6 |(logo)|__ Getting Started
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13__ ../../index.htm
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15.. Admonition:: Use the latest version of this Getting Started guide
16
17  The `Boost website version of this Getting Started guide`_ may
18  have updated information, such as the location of additional installers
19  or improved installation procedures, so you might want use that version
20  if you've got an Internet connection available.
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22  .. _`Boost website version of this Getting Started guide`:
23       http://www.boost.org/more/getting_started/index.html
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25Welcome
26-------
27
28Welcome to the Boost libraries!  By the time you've completed this
29tutorial, you'll be at least somewhat comfortable with the contents
30of a Boost distribution and how to go about using it.  
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32What's Here
33-----------
34
35This document is designed to be an *extremely* gentle introduction,
36so we included a fair amount of material that may already be very
37familiar to you.  To keep things simple, we also left out some
38information intermediate and advanced users will probably want.  At
39the end of this document, we'll refer you on to resources that can
40help you pursue these topics further.
41
42Preliminaries
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44
45We use one typographic convention that might not be immediately
46obvious: *italic* text in examples is meant as a descriptive
47placeholder for something else, usually information that you'll
48provide.  For example:
49
50.. parsed-literal::
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52   **$** echo "My name is *your name*\ "
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54Here you're expected to imagine replacing the text “your name” with
55your actual name.
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57Ready?
58------
59
60Let's go!
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62.. footer::
63  .. class:: nextpage
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65     | **Next:** `Getting Started on Microsoft Windows`__
66     | **or:** `Getting Started on Unix variants (e.g. Linux, MacOS)`__
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