From: Victor A. Wagner, Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-16 15:15:48
At Monday 2004-02-16 02:20, you wrote:
>as you probably remember, some time ago I've implemented proper library
>ordering for gcc. The only problem was that it increased running time by an
>order of magnitude for JÃ¼rgen.
>I've just comitted a couple of patches which fix that. JÃ¼rgen reports
>library ordering does not affect performance.
>Also, the library ordering is now done for "sun" toolset, since prior
>discussion revealed sun linker is sensitive to library order as well.
>I would appreciate if folks who had problems with library order previously
>the current CVS state. It would be necessary to rebuilt bjam, also.
given that we have a build system, it would be nice if things that needed
being rebuild got rebuilt automatically, like the rest of boost.
I have a scheduled task that runs daily at 0300 my time which does (among
cd to my boost source location then:
cvs -z9 update -A -P -d >> update.log
bjam -sTOOLS=vc7.1 install >bjaminstall.log
bjam -sTOOLS=vc7.1 >status.log
I try to check the output of the logs daily.
if this does NOT build the new jam, shouldn't it?
I also try
in both directories
if this is insufficient to rebuild bjam, what commands DO I need to add to
my daily testing?
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