From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-24 07:28:59
Jürgen Hunold <hunold+lists.Boost_at_[hidden]>(by way of JürgenHunold <hunold+lists.Boost_at_[hidden]>) writes:
> The src/Jamfile specifies <include>../include for both requirements
> and usage-requirements. So I should be able to include all headers
> from libx by using <libx/header.h>
> My programm is has several components.
> One library should be liba.
> In the top-level-Jamfile of "program" I specify use-project libx.
> I thought that _all_ sublevel Jamfile use now the correct library
> include for libx. Well, waht happens is that bjam sets the
> library-path only for the main-program which explicitly links to it.
> Can someone take a look at this ?
It would really help if you could post a tiny archive of a project
which reproduces the behavior you describe. It's a lot easier to
work from that than to try to figure out if we've understood your
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