From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-22 11:27:27
Was there more diagnostics about this problem? If there's more on the
boost.user list I can go read it there... just catching up with the miriad
of email after a long busy spell.
[2003-05-16] David Abrahams wrote:
>The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
>that has been posted to gmane.comp.lib.boost.user as well.
>What happens when you run bjam -d+2 instead of just bjam?
>Can you see the commands which delete tools\ ?
>Anthony Lichnewsky <yg-boost-users_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>> You've gotta be kidding me. Are you positive? I've never seen
>>> anything like this.
>> I am 100% positive !!!
>> I ran the whole installation three times, and every time it was the same.
>> I have been using boost under linux for a while, I expected it to be
>> straigthforward to use on windows too... it is, except for this.
>> I wouldn't have mailed if I was not sure.
>>> You can say that again!
>> OK ;)
>> "setting those files to read-only was enough"
>> I just thought it was worth reporting it, although I didn't find the
>> reason it occured ...
>> David Abrahams wrote:
>> > Anthony Lichnewsky <yg-boost-users_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> >>I had the following trouble setting up boost 1.29.0 on windows 2000
>> >>(using vc7, but that's not the point)
>> >>the first thing bjam did (the version downloaded from sourceforge) was
>> >>to erase all the files and folders in tools\
>> > You've gotta be kidding me. Are you positive? I've never seen
>> > anything like this.
>> >>so that no build could be performed... setting those files to
>> >>read-only was enough but that's an unexpected behaviour.
>> > You can say that again!
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