Subject: Re: [boost] Stop on first error
From: Kirit SÃ¦lensminde (kirit.saelensminde_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-03-25 00:25:40
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> In fact, I plan to implement a scripted solution for building C++ Boost
> using exactly one command, so I can include -q in that solution. Thanks
> for suggestion.
We have some scripts that might be reasonable starting points. They work on
Windows, Linux and Macs. There are bits of them that are decidedly hackish
svn co http://svn.felspar.com/external/Boost/
They work in such a way that multiple versions of Boost can be used side by
side by a number of projects that sit in sibling directories to where you
check out Boost.
The Jamroot for Boost brings in the libraries as pre-built targets so the
Boost source files (which don't change) don't have to be scanned for changes.
The mechanism it uses for this is a nasty kludge, but I think the idea is
sound as it massively improves build times.
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