From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-25 13:22:10
Steven Watanabe wrote:
> Jeff Garland <jeff <at> crystalclearsoftware.com> writes:
>> 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.
> I made it work for Units by putting
> <include>$(BOOST_ROOT) <include>../../..
> in the test and example Jamfiles, and
> setting BOOST_ROOT appropriately in
> boost-build.jam and project-root.jam
Can you post your modified boost-build.jam and other files? As I recall now
the I couldn't get bjam to recognize it's home in the main boost tree even
though I set up the build home and tried other ways as well.
> To build the documentation I had
> to make a few edits to Boost.Build.
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