From: Andreas Huber (ahd6974-spamgroupstrap_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-22 06:44:43
Jody Hagins wrote:
> I apologize in advance. I can not figure out how to get tests to
> and run correctly from within subdirectories.
I'm definitely no bjam expert, but maybe I can help because I had
recently had to delve into building and testing myself.
> The --builddir option
> does not seem to be honored, and the Jamfiles are so "simple" that I
> haven't a clue as to what is happening.
One example of how to run tests would be the following (this assumes
1. Make sure bjam is in your PATH
2. Open a command prompt
3. Change the current directory to libs\optional\test
4. Type the following
That's it (at least it works for me), this builds and runs all the
tests. No need to specify --builddir or other such options. If you want
to use other compilers and/or know more about bjam then these are good
places to start:
> To be honest, I have made several attempts at using bjam, but the only
> thing I can get to work is a toplevel make of everything. So, for all
> my own stuff, I have been using a mirror hierarchy and Makefiles
> that is what I have been using for the last 2 decades).
> However, I now want to get some code ready for submission (I have
> moved type_id and in the process have written a dynamic library
> wrapper as
> well). Unfortunately, I can not get my tests to integrate very well
> within boost. Thus, I humbly ask for any pointers and/or assistance
> this regard.
How do you want to integrate? Do you want to run your tests as a part of
all the other tests? I wouldn't know how to do that but I think you
don't need to if you want to prepare a submission. IMO, all that's
necessary is that your tests and examples build/run from their
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