From: Patrick Frants (gclbb-jamboost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-27 01:25:40
I have the following directory structure:
The real names of Jamfile1 and Jamfile2 are of course Jamfile. Jamfile1
subinclude Exe1 ;
And in Jamfile2 I use the Glob rule. When I execute bjam from the
c:/Project directory the path I give to Glob should be relative to
c:/Project, but when I execute bjam from c:/Project/Exe1 it should be
relative to that directory. So I get different results from Glob depending
on the directory from where I execute bjam! Why is that?
Shouldn't Glob always act relative to the directory of it's own Jamfile, or
should I use absolute paths instead?
How can I get the absolute path of the current Jamfile?
Aside from some trouble caused by my unfamiliarity with Boost.Build it
seems to work very well!
-- Patrick Frants Senior Software Engineer Quintiq mailto:patrick_at_[hidden] www.quintiq.com
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