From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-06-28 13:43:22
David Abrahams wrote:
> Jody Hagins <jody-boost-011304_at_[hidden]> writes:
> > Compilers allow you to disable a warning if you don't want it. The
> > build should do the same. How about a command line, or config file,
> > where I can stick in -Wno-python-not-configured
> > -Wno-regex-unicode-disabled or something, so I can make it be
> > quiet...
> In BBv1 there was
> "pass --without-python to suppress this message in the future"
> in the message. If that's been dropped for v2 it should probably be
I don't feel comfortable writing:
bjam --without-python --without-regex-icu ...
every time I want to build something! However, the inverse would be
equally annoying for people who do want these facilities.
BBv2 has a user-config.jam file that allows you to configure the various
toolsets. If I don't have a "using python ;" decleration in there, it is
likely that I don't have Python or don't want to use it. This statement
is therefore my --with[out]-python flag.
Similarly, with ICU I could have "using icu ;".
The documentation should also tell me what optional components
(Python, ICU, ZLib) are used by different libraries and how to
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