A stripped-down version of all the dependencies that RudeMocks has on various Boost libraries is now checked into the git repository in the external/Boost folder. This makes it easier to compile RudeMocks straight out of the box without having to hunt down any external dependencies. You can still build against an official Boost distribution after making a minor change to the project files to use a different include directory.
Note that RudeMocks exclusively uses header-only libraries from Boost. The RudeMocks unit test project, however, requires the Boost.Test library, which is not header-only and needs to be built into a library file. The checked in version of Boost provides convenient Visual Studio projects
RudeMocks now also has full Visual C++ 10/Visual Studio 2010 and Visual C++ 11/Visual Studio 11 support.