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From: chyipin (chyipin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-11 18:45:14

--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_c...> wrote:
> Hi chyipin,
> > I'm using the most recent Boost.Build and everything works fine
> > Thanks.
> Great!
> > For the most current V2 version, where should I point the
> > Both
> > BOOST_BUILD_PATH=/ennfs/csc/cscgrd/cplim/boost-
> > and
> > BOOST_BUILD_PATH=/ennfs/csc/cscgrd/cplim/boost-
> > 1.30.2/tools/build/kernel works. But I would like to know the
> > correct path.
> For now, the path with "kernel" is more correct. With the next
> release (which will appear really soon) things will be simplified a
> bit --- it would be enough to specify path to Boost.Build root, not
> directory inside it.
> - Volodya

As stated previously, I successfully used Boost.Build V2 M6 to build
a project that uses my own library successfully. However, now, I'm
trying to use the Boost library too (i.e., date_time, fs). But, it
seems that the Boost Build uses the Jamfile in the specified library
and those Jamfile are for Boost.Build V1. I thought invoking bjam --
v2 might do trick, but it didn't select Jamfile.v2. I tried the most
recent Boost.Build (M7) too but to no avail.

Is there any variable(s) that I can set to use Boost libraries

I exported BOOST_ROOT to my env, but it seems that bjam no longer
have BOOST_ROOT defined when it is running. Why is this so?

[cplim_at_enlnxs t]$ cat Jamfile
[cplim_at_enlnxs t]$ bjam

...found 1 target...
[cplim_at_enlnxs t]$ env | grep BOO


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