From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-19 10:44:35
Stefan Seefeld wrote:
> Indeed, tracking source dependencies is not in the scope of qmtest.
> However, since you can 'qmtest run my.test.in.a suite', it's easy enough
> to hook it it up with everyone's preferred build system. (I wrote my
> test database implementation to integrate with the make/autoconf based
> build system, and I'm sure doing a similar thing for bjam is equally
You know, there's one problem. If you run 'bjam' once for each test, it can
be slow in itself. At least for me, running 'bjam' in status directory
takes about 40 seconds, no matter if I request specific target -- with
Boost.Build v1. V2 might behave better, but still... I'm not sure if that
won't be too slow.
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