From: Pedro Ferreira (pedro.ferreira_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-15 03:47:55
> as you probably know, V2 has a feature which allows to omit Jamfile for a
> directory which has project-root.jam file. You need to add one line to
> project-root.jam and V2 will no longer try to load Jamfile in the same
> directory and project-root.jam can declare targets.
> Now, the feature is there for some time and is tested, but... I never use
> It's simpler for me to add project-root.jam once, than to use Jamfile in
> place and project-root.jam in another. Further, I'm hacking through
> project.jam now, and see that this feature involves some complexity.
> What do people think about removing the feature completely?
I never used it and I think it can get a bit confusing. I vote to remove it.
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