From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-25 10:59:42
Jeff Garland wrote:
> Stefan Seefeld wrote:
>> troy d. straszheim wrote:
>> In boost itself libraries live next to each other (in terms of file system
>> layout). Thus, a sandbox project could be looked at as a single library stored
>> 'out-of-place'. The build system should support referring to an existing
>> boost tree for the 'official boost' dependencies, such that the sandbox
>> project only needs to provide new or updated files, but not a whole copy
>> of boost-mainline.
> This is a huge problem with the current sandbox organization. After spending
> a couple hours the other day trying to get boost.build to work in the sandbox
> tree I gave up in frustration and had to copy sandbox directories into my
> boost tree to use bjam. This is very annoying to say the least.
Is this a boost.build limitation ? What's the proper way to fix that ?
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