From: klapshin (klapshin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-18 11:20:20
--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_c...> wrote:
> > Also examples still use old target ids.
> Hmm.. I'm 100% sure I did update examples. Wait a minute: are you
My bad, I did not verify that before posting message, it was too late
and I was sleepy, sorry.
I tried to play with symlinks, issued 'bjam hello_release' command and
got warning that target id 'hello_release' uses deprecated syntax.
> In M4, every module can decide to act as project. Here's what I've
> to my user-config (I'm about to add this to docs as well)
> import project ;
> project.initialize $(__name__) ;
> project user-config ;
> lib foobar : : <name>foobar ;
> The second line allows this module to act as project.
> The third line gives id to this project ---it really has no location
> cannot be used otherwise.
> The fourth line just declares a target. After that, I can write
> exe hello : hello.cpp /user-config//foobar ;
> Is this what you're after?
Great! That's exactly what I need. Will give it a try tonight.
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