From: David Abrahams (gclbb-jamboost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-05 07:05:36
Aleksey Gurtovoy <alexy_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Attached is a yesterday night's bjam log produced as the result of our
> nightly Boost regression test run on a fresh CVS checkout (the exact command
> bjam --dump-tests "-sALL_LOCATE_TARGET=d:\boost4\results"
> As it appears from the log (which is also available from here -
> http://www.meta-comm.com/engineering/resources/bjam.log), the test run was
> unsuccessful because bjam failed to find a dependent target for _one_ of the
> libraries and just stopped the whole process! That's definitely couldn't be
> the right behavior, could it?
> We are trying hard to setup a reliable regression system which
> regularly would require no human intervention, and everything being
> broken on an erroneous check-in doesn't really fit into the scheme.
No, it doesn't.
> It would be appreciated if somebody clarified the situation.
Could you add -d+5 at the beginning of the command-line and post the
last hundred lines or so of (or a link to) the resulting bjam.log?
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