From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-30 02:26:16
> It seems that <include>include does not work as expected.
> The attached file contain a snapshot of my test environment.
> jam.txt contains output of bjam -n --v2.
> I want the correct path to qtlib/include to appear in compiler command
> line. I tried this with <include>include and <include>./include in
> Jamfile. Both result in -I"/usr/include" be put on the command line,
> as you can see in jam.txt.
> The rest of the attached file be put in above qtlib-tree.
Seems like I've got some email problem: you message did not appeared in my
mail client, and when looking on it via NTTP, it seems like some of the
attachement did not made it though -- i.e. I don't see any <include>
property anywhere. Could you send the test case to me directly?
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