From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-24 12:36:55
Aleksey Gurtovoy <agurtovoy_at_[hidden]> writes:
> David Abrahams wrote:
>> >> AFAICT, Aleksey is the only one who knows how to make
>> >> to MPL correctly in the context of its preprocessing
>> system. Aleksey,
>> >> a short README would totally solve this problem, wouldn't it?
>> > How about this one instead:
>> > f:\cvs\boost\libs\mpl\preprocessed> preprocess.py
>> > Usage:
>> > preprocess.py <mode> <boost_root> [<source_file>]
>> > Purpose:
>> > updates preprocessed version(s) of the header(s) in
>> > "boost\mpl\aux_\preprocessed" directory
>> > Example:
>> > the following command will re-generate and update all
>> > headers:
>> > preprocess.py all f:\cvs\boost apply.cpp
>> Well it's called pp.py in the current CVS, and doesn't handle
>> 3 args, but...
> Are you using anonymous access? 'preprocess.py' was in the CVS for a
> couple of hours at the time I posted the reply.
No, I just failed to update.
> 'pp.py' is a pretty-printer, 'preprocess.py' is a driver for batch
> preprocessing - the part of the chain that had been missing.
>> You've actually got a Python-based C++ preprocessor, or what??
> Nope, just a pretty-printer. You need gcc or MSVC 7.1 to do the
> actual preprocessing job (or something else which gives an output
> that the pretty-printer can eat - the latter is not sophisticated
> enough to handle an arbitrary misformatted code).
Ah, OK, thanks :)
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