From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-12-02 08:30:25
Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> writes:
> I did as you suggested. But.. I call 'property.validate' on every
> property from command line, to get error report as soon as
> possible. I can't do that with "gcc-3.2", because "property.validate"
> does not recognize it. We still get an error, only later.
> Not sure what to do about it.
> >>Going back: what presicely mean 'value-string' parameter to
> >>'subfeature' and 'extend-subfeature.
> > I hope I've now clarified that.
> Not yet, I'm afraid. What means that "new subfeature values are valid for
> a specific value of main feature".
> if "<target-platform>mingw" is specific to gcc-2.95.2, then it sounds like
> there's more that two-level hierarchy.
> Do you mean that "valid" means:
> this subfeature can only be specified if the given values of
> main features (and some subfeatures) are present?
Exactly. There is no hierarchical relationship among subfeatures, but
some may exert dependencies on others.
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