From: Jürgen Hunold (hunold_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-23 06:10:02
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On Wednesday 23 June 2004 09:45, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Christopher Currie wrote:
> > Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > > I've just made another round of simplifying toolset
> > > initialization, and touched gcc, intel and sun. The changes are:
> > This is a welcome change and improvement, thanks for making it so
> > clean! This now allows me a configuration I've always wanted, which
> > is the ability to support the Purify tool as a version of the
> > compiler:
> > using sun : purify : "purify CC" ;
> > allows me to use "bjam sun-purify" as an alternate toolset. Great
> > work!
> Cool. I wonder, though, if the above "using" syntax gives you a
> warning that compiler is not found? Of course, that's only a warning,
> but would be nice to kill it.
Christopher, which shell are you using ?
When I try to do the same with distcc using bash (SuSE-9.1)
using gcc : 3.4.0 : "distcc /usr/local/gcc-3.4.0/bin/g++" ;
then bjam fails with
/bin/sh: line 2: distcc /usr/local/gcc-3.4.0/bin/g++: No such file or
"distcc /usr/local/gcc-3.4.0/bin/g++" -Wall ... (omitted)
because the quotes are not removed when building the command action.
This is due to the fact that gcc.jam states.
"$(CONFIG_COMMAND)" $(LANG) -Wall -ftemplate-depth-100 $(OPTIONS)
- -D$(DEFINES) -I"$(INCLUDES)" -c -o "$(<)" "$(>)"
and this leads to quotes inside quotes ...
I remember that the quotes around CONFIG_COMMAND were added due to
white space issues on Win32.
I simply removed them on Linux, but would prefer a clean platform
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