From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-24 10:14:53
Stefan Slapeta <stefan_at_[hidden]> writes:
> After one day and one night of investigation, I think (!) I've finally
> managed to make bjam report correct results for my regressions.
> As it seems, the solution is not calling cv_env.bat before running the
> test. This batch file is also called again before each test case and
> it seems that the environment gets somewhat confused then: during the
> execution of the cmd file the errorlevel is still set to 0 after the
> test case has been executed although the test case definitely reported
> something different.
Calling cw_env.bat may be needed in order to establish the PATH
needed to find the C++ runtime DLLs. If you eliminated that call,
maybe we need to find a way to do the same thing that doesn't mess up
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