From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-23 01:59:56
>>>When I try to compile the v2/example/libraries I get following error:
>>>It can't find the borland compiler apparantly but I'm working on linux
>>>with gcc. How come bjam is searching for borland?
>> I think you have "using borland ; " somewhere.
> I don't. But now I found out that the project-root.jam of
> example/libraries does. But why is that and is it good practice?
It's that way because of... hmm.. historical reasons. It's not good practice
at all. In my version of V2, this "using borland ; " does not crash, it
just generates warning. But even warning is not good -- it's user who
should specify toolset in user-config.jam. I've removed that line.
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