From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-21 04:33:33
[I'm moving this thread to jamboost mailing list]
Richard Peters wrote:
> I'm using Visual Studio .NET 2003 with (a slightly modified) STLPort
> 4.5-0119, and I'm trying to build boost with bjam. The INCLUDE
> environment variable is set up right, but bjam keeps insisting in using
> visual studio's include path without the stlport include directory. Why
> does it override my environment variable and how can I make it use
Boost.Build does not use environmental variables like INCLUDE, and I don't
think it should --- env. vars are too hard to control and they apply to all
compilers and projects.
To use stlport in Boost.Build V1, with vc 7.1, you'd need to write a new
toolset, which extends vc 7.1, like it's done with 6.0.
Somewhat simpler way is to tweak STLPort support in Boost.Build V2 --- STLPort
works only with gcc now. Are you willing to try it?
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