From: erwann rogard (erwann.rogard_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-12 19:15:45
Thanks for your help. So then I also join in asking for guidance in
installing the unit tests (I'm hoping to use them as examples that I can
learn from) either a) independently from or b) as part of the BOOST_ROOT
tree. In the case of b),
- are we talking about adding to the tree both boost-bindings/boost and
boost-bindings/libs or only the last one?
- where in the tree? perhaps BOOST_ROOT/boost?
On Sat, Apr 12, 2008 at 6:49 PM, Andreas Klöckner <lists_at_[hidden]>
> Hi Erwann,
> On Samstag 12 April 2008, erwann rogard wrote:
> > 2) and extracted it in /tmp
> > boost-bindings apparently contains
> > /boost
> > /libs
> > some install files
> > 3) ran
> > /tmp/boost-bindings$ ./configure
> > /tmp/boost-bindings$ make
> > /tmp/boost-bindings$ make install
> > which apparently copies boost-bindings/boost to /usr/local/include
> At this point, you're done. The library is installed, as it only consists
> headers and doesn't need to be compiled.
> > previously I ran into the problem that *.h were not copied, but now they
> > are, thanks -apparently- to a new make script.
> > 4) /tmp/libs/ contains
> > /numeric
> > Jamfile
> You can safely ignore those until you feel something is wrong--they're
> tests. There probably is a way of running them automatically if the
> are unpacked as part of the boost tree, but I haven't yet figured out how
> make them work independently.
> If anybody can provide guidance on that, I'd be grateful btw.
> > Not very familiar with bjam but installed and tested it (the hello
> > anyway. What do i do now? I tried
> > /tmp/boost-bindings/libs$ bjam
> > error: Could not find parent for project at '.'
> > error: Did not find Jamfile.jam or Jamroot.jam in any parent directory.
> Yeah, that's probably due to the missing boost root, see above.
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