Date: 2001-11-19 07:09:46
--- In boost_at_y <mailto:boost_at_y>..., Toon Knapen < toon.knapen_at_s
> walter_at_g <mailto:walter_at_g>... wrote:
> > --- In boost_at_y <mailto:boost_at_y>..., Toon Knapen < toon.knapen_at_s
> >>Anyway, I'm very interested in using uBlas and could also produce
> >>Jamfiles if you like to build the tests automatically.
> > That would be very fine.
> In attachment you can find the boost/libs/numeric/ublas directory
> is on the matrix_development branch but with Jamfiles added for
> compiling the test under gcc.
Thanks very much. I checked these and they work well for us. BTW,
boost.build will become a great tool (although I don't need as much
compilers at work :-).
> If you are in the ublas directory and type jam, all 6 tests will be
> build. Or you can go into one of the subdirs and executing jam will
> build that specific test.
> I'll also do this for the benchmarks if you like ?
Already done. Thanks for your support.
> What did I change:
> added the Jamrules in the boost top directory.
> added Jamfile in libs/numeric/ublas/testx
> made include paths boost-compatible in
I would like to provide both forms of include paths as long as our
internal VCS structure isn't boost compatible.
> >>(I would suggest
> >>moving the ublas on the main branch in that case however as
> >> otherwise
> >>synchronising with the latest Jam developments might be difficult)
> > I don't know what impact this might have.
> synchronising with the latest jamfile and settings, configuration
> could be taken from these files (instead of now using -DUSE_GCC for
-DUSE_GCC is another matter. If we boostify our code, we'll have to
P.S.: we'll check in the changes in the next days.
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