From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-01 12:37:53
Brook Milligan wrote:
> Steven Watanabe writes:
> > Jamroot is kind of odd. It ignores the targets created with boost-install.
> > Try adding dll-path to this one:
> > # Complete install
> > package.install install-proper
> > : $(install-requirements) <install-no-version-symlinks>on
> > :
> > : libs/$(libraries)/build
> > : $(headers)
> > ;
> Thank you very much. This does in fact create libraries with rpath
> defined when I build all of boost.
Actually it's probably better to pass
bjam ... dll-path=... on the command line instead of modifying Jamroot.
> Would it make sense to modify this web page
> > > http://www.boost.org/boost-build2/doc/html/bbv2/faq/dll-path.html
> to indicate that more explicitly? I know I never would have figured
> it out without your help, but would have immediately found the correct
> answer if the page was more complete.
I don't think so. That page is not documenting Jamroot at all.
It's documenting how the dll-path feature works. As far as it
goes it is correct.
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