From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-03 02:11:59
Sam Partington wrote:
> > "exactly the same as gcc.jam"? Hmm... I'm not sure that's right.
> Well no, I have replaced all instances of gcc in gccmt.jam with gccmt - I
> figured the line :
> feature.extend toolset : gccmt ;
Ok, so this should not be a problem.
> > Maybe, you can run bjam with "--debug-generators" option and send me the
> > output?
> Of course :
> It seems to be struggling at the .c to .o phase, could that be due to an
I think that's because you have
ldr test : test.c ;
Note that by test case has
ldr test : test1 ;
exe test1 : test.c ;
The difference is that in first case, you're expecting Boost.Build to first
create EXE and then create LDR -- in other words, to run two composing
generators one after each other. This is not supported (without human
intervention), because it's not clear what to do in the following case:
ldr test : test.c test2.c ;
Should Boost.Build create one EXE and convert it to LDR? Or create two EXE,
one from each C source? It's not clear, so nothing is done.
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