From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-05-27 09:43:56
Ali Azarbayejani wrote:
> > So we'll have
> > foo/bar
> > for regular filesystem paths and
> > @/boost/filesystem
> > for project ids. And no other cases.
> this means that if you want to use a project in another directory, that
> project must have a project id? you can't refer to it simply by
> location? (this is fine with me, i'm just asking if i understand
> correctly.) or can you say something like "@../lib/foo" to indicate
> target "foo" in project at location "../lib"?
Not exactly. I mean that "foo/bar" syntax still will mean
- file 'bar' in directory 'foo'
- target 'bar' declared in 'foo/Jamfile'.
I think the latter abilility is so handy so we should not drop it.
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