From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-10 13:23:00
At 09:38 PM 7/9/2003, Kirill Lapshin wrote:
>Ok, here is the test case. It has references to boost_1_30_0 and
>boost-build which you will need to adjust according to your setup.
>Basically it refuses to update C++ targets whenever -a switch is
>present. Even if all binaries removed it just says found that many
>targets, updated this many, without really updating anything. Running
>bjam without -a switch really updates all of them.
I'm also getting very weird behavior here on the -a switch. Win XP. bjam
built two days ago.
I just added a new compiler. Because I was worried about residue from
earlier tests, I ran bjam with the -a switch.
A few of the tests worked fully. But for many others, the only commands
given were mkdir's. No other sign of actions in those directories.
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