From: Pablo Aguilar (pablo.aguilar_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-26 15:25:50
"David Abrahams" <dave_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> "Pablo Aguilar" <pablo.aguilar_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Ok, I won't argue, as not parsing them would make my life a whole
>> lot easier. I do suggest you take a look at John Torjo's utility
>> though, if I got it correctly, it doesn't parse the .jam files but
>> rather just adds the requested threading/linkage/debug options to
>> the bjam command line.
> Okay, I can look at it (again; saw it some time ago), but to what end?
> Is there some way I can help you once I've seen it?
Yes, thank you... What I'd like to know is if that's a viable option for
selecting which targets to build from within a GUI tool. That is, if a
jamfile for a given project already has, for example, threading options;
will specifying threading at the command line to bjam, create ONLY the what
Rephrasing a little, will the options specified at the CL override or add to
those specified in the jamfile? And if it's an override, will that be enough
for me to specify build targets without parsing jam files?
> Dave Abrahams
> Boost Consulting
Thanks for your help.
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