From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-09-16 11:04:16
[2003-09-16] Vladimir Prus wrote:
>I'm looking at
>which says that V2 project cannot be built from a readonly medium. The
>solution for a single project is simple, but assume the following directory
>In project1 I run, say
> bjam --build-dir=/home/ghost/build/project
>and targets will be generated to the specified directory. What is "project"
>depends on "lib1" and "lib2"? Where should targets be generated?
>And, BTW, if V1 now supports multiple projects, how it solves this
Some of those same questions are why in the v1 cross-project changes I moved
to putting the generated binaries into a single integrated project-root
level "bin" directory. Basically it sets ALL_LOCATE_TARGET to:
<project-root>/bin/<project-name>/path/to/sub-project, for each project
used. That keeps the targets all unique.
In your example, assuming all those directories are individual projects, you
would end up with:
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