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Omkar Vandara
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I am trying to install quantlib - I followed the instructions - I get error pertaining to the lib file - the lib file in the quantlib/lib has a QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib  instead of QuantLib-vc140-mt-gd.lib. 
Can some1 please help me? Below are the screenshots of the vs2015 quantlib project build resuts 2) the Quantlib\lib file directory showing lack of the necessary file.

Also I try to build with "Release" "Win32" but did not create the QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib file.

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Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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Dear 
I am trying to install quantlib - I followed the instructions - I get error pertaining to the lib file - the lib file in the quantlib/lib has a QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib  instead of QuantLib-vc140-mt-gd.lib. 
Can some1 please help me? Below are the screenshots of the vs2015 quantlib project build resuts 2) the Quantlib\lib file directory showing lack of the necessary file.

Also I try to build with "Release" "Win32" but did not create the QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib file.

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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Marco Craveiro
Hi Omkar,

I don't normally build QuantLib on Windows, but at a glance I'd say you are mixing debug and release builds. Make sure you have installed the Release version of QuantLib and are performing a Release build (or vice-versa).

Cheers

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Dear 
I am trying to install quantlib - I followed the instructions - I get error pertaining to the lib file - the lib file in the quantlib/lib has a QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib  instead of QuantLib-vc140-mt-gd.lib. 
Can some1 please help me? Below are the screenshots of the vs2015 quantlib project build resuts 2) the Quantlib\lib file directory showing lack of the necessary file.

Also I try to build with "Release" "Win32" but did not create the QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib file.

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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Marco Craveiro
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> > I don't normally build QuantLib on Windows, but at a glance I'd say you are mixing debug and release builds.
> >  Make sure you have installed the Release version of QuantLib and are performing a Release build (or vice-versa).
> >
Thanks Marco - Hever, from the zip file, I can tell debug version vs release version. 
> Can you? As indicated in my prior post,  I did build the proj using both "Release"/"Win32" and "Debug"/"Win32"..I am not sure what I am missing

Basically the "gd" means Debug. However, I'm afraid I don't really use QuanLib on Windows so can't help much more. Perhaps one of the Windows users will help.

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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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Marco,

On Monday I built x64 using the link below.  The important things to remember are to set all environment variables.  You need to read the instructions carefully as they are easy to miss.  This worked for me.


https://jrvcomputing.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/43/

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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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Hi Marco,

This makes no sense! If you build using the release configuration, it is not possible that the produced file is the QuantLib-vc140-mt-gd.lib. It must be the QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib.

Are you sure you set the release configuration correctly, for example through Build -> Configuration Manager -> Release on the top menu of Visual Studio?

Have you checked the output file is declared to be the QuantLib-vc140-mt.lib as expected? You can see the name of the output file by selecting the QuantLib project and then selecting Project -> Properties -> General -> Target Name

Good luck

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Hi

> > I don't normally build QuantLib on Windows, but at a glance I'd say you are mixing debug and release builds.
> >  Make sure you have installed the Release version of QuantLib and are performing a Release build (or vice-versa).
> >
Thanks Marco - Hever, from the zip file, I can tell debug version vs release version. 
> Can you? As indicated in my prior post,  I did build the proj using both "Release"/"Win32" and "Debug"/"Win32"..I am not sure what I am missing

Basically the "gd" means Debug. However, I'm afraid I don't really use QuanLib on Windows so can't help much more. Perhaps one of the Windows users will help.

Cheers


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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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Weird. You don't need environment variables for building the core QuantLib library. The instructions at http://quantlib.org/install/vc10.shtml should work. Omkar, how did you choose whether to build Debug or Release?

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On Monday I built x64 using the link below.  The important things to remember are to set all environment variables.  You need to read the instructions carefully as they are easy to miss.  This worked for me.


https://jrvcomputing.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/43/

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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Omkar Vandara
Luigi - I used the highlighted options as seen in the image. Pls suggest. Thx
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 5:22 PM, Luigi Ballabio <[hidden email]> wrote:
Weird. You don't need environment variables for building the core QuantLib library. The instructions at http://quantlib.org/install/vc10.shtml should work. Omkar, how did you choose whether to build Debug or Release?

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Marco,

On Monday I built x64 using the link below.  The important things to remember are to set all environment variables.  You need to read the instructions carefully as they are easy to miss.  This worked for me.


https://jrvcomputing.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/43/

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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Yannis
Looks ok to me.
What about the settings I asked you in my email?


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 0:41 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Luigi - I used the highlighted options as seen in the image. Pls suggest. Thx
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 5:22 PM, Luigi Ballabio <[hidden email]> wrote:
Weird. You don't need environment variables for building the core QuantLib library. The instructions at http://quantlib.org/install/ vc10.shtml should work. Omkar, how did you choose whether to build Debug or Release?

Luigi



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Marco,

On Monday I built x64 using the link below.  The important things to remember are to set all environment variables.  You need to read the instructions carefully as they are easy to miss.  This worked for me.


https://jrvcomputing. wordpress.com/2015/07/03/43/

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Re: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Omkar Vandara
Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not do the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
Inline image 2
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 7:06 PM, Yannis <[hidden email]> wrote:
Looks ok to me.
What about the settings I asked you in my email?


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 0:41 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Luigi - I used the highlighted options as seen in the image. Pls suggest. Thx
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 5:22 PM, Luigi Ballabio <[hidden email]> wrote:
Weird. You don't need environment variables for building the core QuantLib library. The instructions at http://quantlib.org/install/ vc10.shtml should work. Omkar, how did you choose whether to build Debug or Release?

Luigi



On Wed, Jan 25, 2017, 22:44 Paul Symonds <[hidden email]> wrote:
Marco,

On Monday I built x64 using the link below.  The important things to remember are to set all environment variables.  You need to read the instructions carefully as they are easy to miss.  This worked for me.


https://jrvcomputing. wordpress.com/2015/07/03/43/

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Omkar Vandara
Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 7:06 PM, Yannis <[hidden email]> wrote:
Looks ok to me.
What about the settings I asked you in my email?


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 0:41 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Luigi - I used the highlighted options as seen in the image. Pls suggest. Thx
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 5:22 PM, Luigi Ballabio <[hidden email]> wrote:
Weird. You don't need environment variables for building the core QuantLib library. The instructions at http://quantlib.org/install/ vc10.shtml should work. Omkar, how did you choose whether to build Debug or Release?

Luigi



On Wed, Jan 25, 2017, 22:44 Paul Symonds <[hidden email]> wrote:
Marco,

On Monday I built x64 using the link below.  The important things to remember are to set all environment variables.  You need to read the instructions carefully as they are easy to miss.  This worked for me.


https://jrvcomputing. wordpress.com/2015/07/03/43/

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Omkar Vandara
Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
Inline image 1
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 7:06 PM, Yannis <[hidden email]> wrote:
Looks ok to me.
What about the settings I asked you in my email?


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 0:41 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Luigi - I used the highlighted options as seen in the image. Pls suggest. Thx
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 5:22 PM, Luigi Ballabio <[hidden email]> wrote:
Weird. You don't need environment variables for building the core QuantLib library. The instructions at http://quantlib.org/install/ vc10.shtml should work. Omkar, how did you choose whether to build Debug or Release?

Luigi



On Wed, Jan 25, 2017, 22:44 Paul Symonds <[hidden email]> wrote:
Marco,

On Monday I built x64 using the link below.  The important things to remember are to set all environment variables.  You need to read the instructions carefully as they are easy to miss.  This worked for me.


https://jrvcomputing. wordpress.com/2015/07/03/43/

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Omkar Vandara
Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting

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Re: Fwd: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Yannis
I saw in one of your pictures that you add a directory ended in \QuantLib-1.9\ql
You should change this into \QuantLib-1.9
But still I cannot understand why the output file is the _gd one, which is the debug and not the release binary. This is very strange, given the fact that you have kicked off a release build!
Maybe the path change I have suggested above resolves the problem.
If not, you may want to view the name of the output file within your Visual Studio settings as I suggested earlier.
I suppose, if all fails, doing a fresh start would not hurt.

Yannis


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 1:58 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting



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Re: Fwd: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Omkar Vandara
Yannis - Im so thankful to you..its much cleaner but 1 fatal error - can u pls suggest?
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 8:21 PM, Yannis <[hidden email]> wrote:
I saw in one of your pictures that you add a directory ended in \QuantLib-1.9\ql
You should change this into \QuantLib-1.9
But still I cannot understand why the output file is the _gd one, which is the debug and not the release binary. This is very strange, given the fact that you have kicked off a release build!
Maybe the path change I have suggested above resolves the problem.
If not, you may want to view the name of the output file within your Visual Studio settings as I suggested earlier.
I suppose, if all fails, doing a fresh start would not hurt.

Yannis


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 1:58 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting




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Re: Fwd: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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On 26.01.2017 17:06, Omkar Vandara wrote:
Yannis - Im so thankful to you..its much cleaner but 1 fatal error - can u pls suggest?
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On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 8:21 PM, Yannis <[hidden email]> wrote:
I saw in one of your pictures that you add a directory ended in \QuantLib-1.9\ql
You should change this into \QuantLib-1.9
But still I cannot understand why the output file is the _gd one, which is the debug and not the release binary. This is very strange, given the fact that you have kicked off a release build!
Maybe the path change I have suggested above resolves the problem.
If not, you may want to view the name of the output file within your Visual Studio settings as I suggested earlier.
I suppose, if all fails, doing a fresh start would not hurt.

Yannis


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 1:58 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting





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Re: Fwd: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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np
But do you really need to build that particular test lib?
It seems you have built all the other libs successfully.

Yannis


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 17:06 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Yannis - Im so thankful to you..its much cleaner but 1 fatal error - can u pls suggest?
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 8:21 PM, Yannis <[hidden email]> wrote:
I saw in one of your pictures that you add a directory ended in \QuantLib-1.9\ql
You should change this into \QuantLib-1.9
But still I cannot understand why the output file is the _gd one, which is the debug and not the release binary. This is very strange, given the fact that you have kicked off a release build!
Maybe the path change I have suggested above resolves the problem.
If not, you may want to view the name of the output file within your Visual Studio settings as I suggested earlier.
I suppose, if all fails, doing a fresh start would not hurt.

Yannis


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 1:58 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting






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Re: Fwd: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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That's needed to build the test suite.  Maybe you didn't add the path to the Boost libraries to the linker? Do you have that library on your computer?



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Re: Fwd: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

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I think I did. Please comment if I needed additional steps or missing..
1. I included D:\boost\boost_1_63_0\libs folder unlike ..\stage\lib folder as some1 suggested in the internet.
2. I did this in both -- View-> Property Window and "testsuite->Property page" in Solution Explorer window
3. I have the directories listed as "inherited" should I do them explicitly?
Please find the screenshots below - 
Inline image 2Inline image 3

On Thu, Jan 26, 2017 at 11:38 AM, Ioannis Rigopoulos <[hidden email]> wrote:
np
But do you really need to build that particular test lib?
It seems you have built all the other libs successfully.

Yannis

On 26.01.2017 17:06, Omkar Vandara wrote:
Yannis - Im so thankful to you..its much cleaner but 1 fatal error - can u pls suggest?
Inline image 1

On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 8:21 PM, Yannis <[hidden email]> wrote:
I saw in one of your pictures that you add a directory ended in \QuantLib-1.9\ql
You should change this into \QuantLib-1.9
But still I cannot understand why the output file is the _gd one, which is the debug and not the release binary. This is very strange, given the fact that you have kicked off a release build!
Maybe the path change I have suggested above resolves the problem.
If not, you may want to view the name of the output file within your Visual Studio settings as I suggested earlier.
I suppose, if all fails, doing a fresh start would not hurt.

Yannis


Omkar Vandara <[hidden email]> schrieb am 1:58 Donnerstag, 26.Januar 2017:


Hi Yannis - thx for asking - am I missing or overdone sthng re setting changes listed below. 

When I built QuantLib project at first, I did not use the "Property Manager" settings as 1) below. Instead used the "Properties" button in solution explorer window and added directories for "All Configurations". 

But realized later, used "View->Properties Window" in the main menu path and then followed below settings and "build" again but then did not get any better. Do you suggest uninstall and a clean reinstall?

Appreciate your help

1. right click on group selection as follows in the solution window
Inline image 1
2. Tried to add just boost directories - but later thought would add ql directories as well
3. Did similar stuff c/c++ - additional include directories settings 4. Added QL lib directory to the linker->general settings-> additional library directory setting





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Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Help building Quantlib project in Quantlib 1.9.1 Boost 1.63_0 using VS2015 c++

Omkar Vandara
I think I did. Please comment if I needed additional steps or missing..
1. I included D:\boost\boost_1_63_0\libs folder unlike ..\stage\lib folder as some1 suggested in the internet.
2. I did this in both -- View-> Property Window and "testsuite->Property page" in Solution Explorer window
3. I have the directories listed as "inherited" should I do them explicitly?
Please find the screenshots below - 
Inline image 2Inline image 3


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