From: al_odinaev (al_odinaev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-03-22 19:29:45
I'm trying to use Boost.jam v2 for building company's software on
different flavors of Unix. And I would like to say that boost.jam is
very cool. I used standard jam for long time and I see tremendous
improvements in Boost.jam which make life of ordinary engineer much
easy. Unfortunately I need to support different structure for output
files (.o,*.exe and etc). For example if I have file in your source
tree like this:
I have to create ./build/src/project1/a.o. Roughly speaking ./build/
directory is mirror of src directory. There are couple advantages of
1.You can delete build results with simple 'rm -f'
2.You keep your source tree clean from intermediate files.
Is there any simple way to improve boost.jam v2 to implement this
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