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Subject: Re: [boost] [gsoc-2013] Boost.Expected
From: Vicente J. Botet Escriba (vicente.botet_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-04-19 13:03:28

Le 19/04/13 17:21, Pierre T. a écrit :
> On 04/19/2013 05:01 PM, Steven Watanabe wrote:
>> On 04/19/2013 07:36 AM, Pierre T. wrote:
>>> I gave a try at the implementation of the expected_or_error class.
>>> I used the boost layout to package the implementation, you can download
>>> it here :
>>> Finally, feel free to explore the documentation I wrote
>>> Note: In the example folder, the "b2" command never terminates (but
>>> correctly generates binaries), I can't figure out why.
>> Is any subprocess still running? b2 doesn't print
>> any output for a command until it finishes (to avoid
>> interleaving for parallel builds), so the last output
>> is an action that has completed successfully, /not/
>> the action that is currently running. What platform
>> is this on?
> I'm not sure what you mean with "subprocess", only the b2 command is
> returned by "ps -a | grep b2".
> Here the output of b2 :
> ...found 31 targets...
> ...updating 15 targets...
> common.mkdir bin
> common.mkdir bin/expected_or_error_example.test
> common.mkdir bin/expected_or_error_example.test/gcc-4.7
> common.mkdir bin/expected_or_error_example.test/gcc-4.7/debug
> gcc.compile.c++
> bin/expected_or_error_example.test/gcc-4.7/debug/expected_or_error_example.o
> bin/expected_or_error_example.test/gcc-4.7/debug/expected_or_error_example
> ^C
> I'm on Linux (Ubuntu). But on this same platform, I already successful
> run bjam with another project.

I suspect that your program is expecting you give the password, but when
you use b2 you can not even see the request for it. Steve is there a way
to give a file as input to the test?

How we should bjam setup this kind of examples so that we can interact
with stdin/stdout?



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