From: Jürgen Hunold (hunold+lists.Boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-03 07:24:11
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Hi Volodya !
On Monday 03 November 2003 10:10, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> I'm pretty sure you can put 'use-project' after the 'project' rule.
> The 'project' rule is lazy, it just records it's arguments.
Yes, you are right. But I had to fix this for all of my projects.
It took some time to figure this out.
> > And the <include>include had worked before restructuring ...
> I'm certainly about to fix this. Since tomorrow will be "Boost.Build
> day" for me, at least partially, I might fix this tomorrow. Of
> course, if putting 'use-project' after 'project' does not work, I
> will fix it before releasing M9.
Don't hurry. It works for nearly all my project.
I have problems specifying implicit-dependencies to a child project.
That means I have
in toplevel and want all three to have implicit-depency to lib1, then I
write the following in toplevel Jamfile
use-project /lib1: lib1 ;
project toplevel :
and everything works.
When I move use-project below project declaration, I get error about
Any Ideas about that.
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