From: Marcin Tustin (mt_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-23 05:08:34
Thanks. But does anyone else find that bjam is unable to create
files/directories? I would think that it is a problem with filesystem
permissions were it not that I can use mkdir and that jam0.exe does get
built, as do the obj files.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Keith MacDonald [mailto:boost_at_[hidden]]
> Sent: 22 May 2005 11:05
> To: boost_at_[hidden]
> Subject: [boost] Re: Building from current CVS
> Here's a batch file that I use to build Boost from CVS with
> VC 7.1 on XP:
> ========= build7.bat =========
> REM Build Boost libraries with VC7.1
> SET PYTHON_ROOT=C:\Apps\Python24
> SET PYTHON_VERSION=2.4
> REM First build JAM
> CD tools\build\jam_src
> CALL build.bat
> REM Now use JAM to build BOOST
> CD ..\..\..
> @echo "Building Boost with VC 7.1 ..."
> "-sTOOLS=vc-7_1" -sICU_PATH=F:\Dev\icu-3.2 > build7.log @ECHO
> "Finished. See build7.log"
> I've not figured out how to use bjam with v2 rules, so a
> similar batch file for VC 8.0 works but you get a lot of
> warnings about unknown and obsolete compiler options.
> Keith MacDonald
> "Marcin Tustin" <mt_at_[hidden]> wrote in
> > I'm trying to build from the current CVS (actually about a
> week old),
> > and it has some weird problem with creating files and directories.
> > When trying to build with a version of Jam from 1.32, it
> always falls
> > over trying to create a file or directory, normally
> mentioning Mkdir1
> > first.
> > When trying to build the version of Jam that comes with the CVs
> > source, it is able to build jam0.exe, but when it comes
> time to make
> > bin.ntx86 it fails; and if that directory exists, the jam
> > is not created; instead an error about "spawn: No such file or
> > directory" is emittted.
> > I am using vc 7.1.
> > Any ideas for a better way to build the boost libraries?
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