From: Peter Steiner (peter.steiner_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-05-08 03:49:44
On Wed, 8 May 2002 12:03:00 +0400, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Peter Steiner wrote:
>> Then I tried the following settings:
>> /1/ set BOOST_ROOT=c:\l\jam
>> /2/ set BOOST_BUILD_PATH=c:\l\jam\tools\build
>> /3/ set BOOST_BUILD_PATH=c:\l\jam\tools\build\new
>> /4/ set JAMBASE=c:\l\jam\tools\build\new\build-system.jam
>> /5/ set JAMBASE=c:\l\jam\tools\build\build-base.jam
>> /6/ set JAMBASE=c:\l\jam\tools\build (with build-base.jam copied to
> I believe that /2/ an /3/ should work if you invoke bjam.exe, not jam.exe. It
> is not documented in build_system.htm but "jam.exe" just implements stock
> behaviour (this is recent change).
Yes, /2/ and /3/ work with bjam
> I don't remember that 4-6 ever worked.
That's a pity. What would then be the best approach to get something
I'd like to have as few environment variables as possible and be able to
each of them from the command line.
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