From: Christopher Currie (Christopher_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-29 09:12:52
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Thanks! I've added your toolset module to the CVS. BTW, did you try to run
> Boost.Build tests with the new toolset?
I tried, but I wasn't able to get test script to run; probably because
of my lack of knowledge of Python. My results were:
$ python test_all.py sun
skipping railsys test since QTDIR environment variable is unset
'--quiet', '--debug', '--build-system=test']" returned 1
FAILED test of
-sBOOST_BUILD_PATH=/home/ccurrie/src/yards/build/test -d0 --quiet
at line 325 of BoostBuild.py (fail_test)
from line 263 of BoostBuild.py (run_build_system)
from line 6 of unit_tests.py
from line 32 of test_all.py (run_tests)
from line 115 of test_all.py
in directory: /tmp/testcmd.6FAILED
... I don't understand why it's trying to use the Linux x86 tools.
> Also, there's "return" at the end of "init" rule. Does unversioned/unrooted
> installation really don't work without it? In that case, I'd better figure
> out why.
Honestly, I don't know. I cribbed that code from the Borland toolset,
and figured whoever wrote it knew what they were talking about.
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