From: rogeeff (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-16 19:59:36
--- In jamboost_at_y..., "David Abrahams" <david.abrahams_at_r...> wrote:
> > > Not implied by lib, nor dll. Only <shared-linkable>true is
> > by dll.
> > How does it related to <target-type>?
> <target-type> encodes the type of target being built. It's
> <runtime-link>, because in general you can link any kind of target
> either static or dynamic runtime libraries.
I meant: how does it related to <shared-linkable>?
> > > The global default is in the DEFAULT_BUILD variable. But
> > that
> > > really does change it globally. Everything will then build with
> > > default. So unless you are doing this in your own PRIVATE BUILD
> > TREE don't
> > > do it. And especially don't do it in a toolset, I don't even
> > what the
> > > consequences would be.
> > Why? What if for given toolset I want to redefine global default
> > settings?
> Because it wasn't designed to work that way, and probably won't
Could we make it work? Or you don't think it's resonable request?
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