From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-12 17:23:28
Toon Knapen wrote:
>I would like to build the targets in two subdirectories when bjam is
>invoked in the parent directory. So I found out about the build-project
>rule. But can the Jamfile contain multiple build-project's?
>build-project library1 ;
>build-project library2 ;
>When I do this, my bjam crashes with a segmentation fault. I already
>wrote a few messages on the ml about memory corruption in strings.c.
>Well it is only in this situation (when having multiple build-project's
>in my Jamfile) that I get a segmentation fault. I valgrinded bjam on a
>lot of other projects (which contain no multiple build-projects) and got
>zero warnings from valgrind.
Hmm... I don't have a problem with my bjam when using multiple
Does the source tree match up, i.e. a library1 folder with the appropriate
stuff (Jamfile, project-root.jam) with the relevant code.
NOTE: It is not necessary to have project-root.jam or create an explicit new
project. This is only relevant if you want to alter global project
configuration stuff, or have a named project id.
If you are creating a named project (i.e. have a project rule in the
Jamfile), you need to add:
import project ;
project.initialize $(__name__) ;
at the top of the Jamfile to stop bjam complaining (it took me a while to
work this out, since it is a recent change to project decleration).
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