From: ykonuslu (ykonuslu_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-26 07:14:59
--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_c...> wrote:
> Hi Yagmur,
> > my project includes various targets : static libs, dlls and
> > executables. There may be also dependencies between the generated
> > targets. I also make use of external libraries, ACE, boost etc. I
> > plan to make msvc, gcc and como compilations.
> > How and where should I start? Any examples, suggestions etc? Where
> > should all the compiler and OS dependent staff go?
> To begin with, what version of Boost.Build are you planning to use?
> If you have #include dependencies between generated sources, then
you have no
> choice but using V2, since I don't think V1 ever supported this.
> of using V2 for your project is that como is not yet support so
> must be spend on getting it working (I think not very much effort).
> For V2, the tutorial gives a bunch of examples to help you get
> are also examples in tools/v2/example directory of Boost.
> - Volodya
as you stated I have no chance to use V1, in case of #include
dependencies, what is the exact case in my project. I will start to
experiment on V2 on go over the examples. Thanks.
I searched for some jam documentation on the web and noted that there
are different versions like FTJam and PJam. Are their documents
applicable to Bjam, at least at the beginning.
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