From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-07 02:13:43
David Abrahams wrote:
> Hmm, looks like it's back in a different form:
> python test_all.py msvc-6.5
> path_features : PASSED
> relative_sources : PASSED
> no_type : PASSED
> default_build :
>st -d0 --quiet " returned 1 STDOUT ============
> ...skipped <./msvc/debug>a.rsp for lack of <./msvc/debug>a.obj...
> ...skipped <./msvc/debug>a.exe for lack of <./msvc/debug>a.rsp...
> ...skipped <./msvc/release>a.rsp for lack of <./msvc/release>a.obj...
> ...skipped <./msvc/release>a.exe for lack of <./msvc/release>a.rsp...
> ...failed updating 2 targets...
> STDERR ============
> 'cl' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
> operable program or batch file.
It's a different problem. Now, "default-build" works in a following way:
if user gives *any* build request explicitly, the entire default build is
ignored. In order to do any testing of default build, the test
disables passing toolset name to jam. So "msvc-6.5" on the command
line has no effect.
I'm planning to start hacking on better default properties now: so that
"msvc-6.5" on the command line will be combined with "debug release" in
default-properties. In the meantime, I guess the test can be skipped on msvc.
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