+Boost.Build files to build QuantLib without autotools
+I tired of fighting autotools and libtool on MinGW so I decided to use
+Boost.Build instead. Not that I liked it but it least it is more predictable.
+I tested it on Windows and Linux.
+If you are on Windows, install `MinGW`_.
+On all platforms, download and extract `boost`_ and `QuantLib`_.
+Due to the specific version of GCC I needed, I used GCC-4.5.2 with boost-1.50
+If you don't have Boost.Build (bjam) installed, run this in the Boost directory
+ensuring `gcc` is in your PATH::
+ .\b2 install --prefix=<your-preferred-dir-for-bjam>
+The same will work on Linux if you replace backslashes in paths with forward ones.
+Making sure `b2` is in PATH, adjust PATH to Boost in the ``use-project /boost`` line.
+The execute this in the QuantLib directory to build fully static library (`--hash`
+is used to reduce command line length)::
+Also you might want to run the same in the `Examples` and `test-suite` directories.
+Probably some time later I will add installation targets, for now the built library
+can be used in place from `bin` subdirectories, see `test-suite/jamfile.jam` for how
+you can refer QuantLib in your Boost.Build files.
+.. _MinGW: http://mingw.org
+.. _boost: http://boost.org
+.. _QuantLib: http://quantlib.org