From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-03 10:37:16
At 03:10 AM 2/3/2003, Matthias Troyer wrote:
>> Maybe. First tell me what the output is from the messages that
>> process_jam_log outputs soon after it starts. The lines that create
>> the messages begin about line 366 in the source file:
>> std::cout << "boost_root: " << boost_root.string() << '\n'
>> << "locate_root: " << locate_root.string() << '\n';
>I get the following message:
>Usage: bjam [bjam-args] | process_jam_log [locate-root]
> locate-root is the same as the bjam ALL_LOCATE_TARGET
> parameter, if any. Default is boost-root.
>I thus added $boost_root to the command. Was that unnecessary, since as
>the output shows it seems to find boost_root?
Yes, it was unnecessary. It looks like process_jam_log is working
> In that case I am confused why it prints a usage message.
Just a local convention of mine to always print a usage message if a
program is invoked without arguments.
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