From: Pablo Aguilar (pablo.aguilar_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-30 14:42:32
>> Seems simple enough to me. Much simpler than trying to recreate the UNIX
>> auto-config behaviour on Windows, because Windows just isn't very robust
>> that way.
> Boost.Config already does that. As pointed out on another post, it's the
> building of bjam and running it that people need help with. A UI that does
> that for you would be enough to get over the hurdle. If it also installs
> extensions to your IDE that make running bjam, or using Jamfiles as
> projects, directly in the IDE I would think that solves all the getting
> started issues in the most portable manner.
Thank you Rene! (for saying it clearly)
That's exactly the tool I'm proposing!...
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