From: Glenn Williamson (dubz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-20 12:27:44
John Reid wrote:
>You might want to check your include paths. Have you accidently
>configured an environment variable or bjam to point at the 64 bit
>includes that come with the Microsoft Platform SDK?
Nah - everything looks okay with regards to settings. I did end up
figuring it out tho. Only took me 6 hours to get a bjam.exe ;)
For those that care:
- dtoxtm64.c has a strange assert in VS2005 Pro, that causes it to trip
up on file system entries that have invalid creation/modification dates.
I just stuck in a debug statement on line 147 of /jam_src/filent.c:
.. to trap which file system entries were invalid. I manually copied
these files and deleted the originals (sometimes the 'touch' command
just didn't help).
Waaaay past my bedtime.
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