From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-03 13:05:21
Robert Ramey wrote:
> We're running development tests on our local system against
> the latest release. There is currently no real value in creating
> a branch because that branch is never going to get tested
> anywhere besides one's local machine anyway.
How does this actually work ? I have been proposing changes to
Boost.Build (v2) to allow an individual library to be built / tested
against an installed (or at least, external) boost tree providing
Up to now, this isn't quite possible, IIUC, so your statement
makes me wonder how you achieved this.
This is indeed one of the most important (yet seemingly simple
to implement) changes I would like to see in the testing procedure.
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