From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-23 21:29:27
Steven Solie wrote:
> I've managed to get bjam v1 ported to AmigaOS
Nice... my preferred platform ;-) Too bad my 4000T is now less powerful
than my VCR :-(
>but now I'm stuck as to
> how to control the build process. I'm used to makefiles and such so
> this whole bjam idea is new to me.
> For example, I want to build the graph library examples. I cd to the
> examples directory and type bjam but it complains about a missing
> subproject rule. Seems I can only run bjam from the root of Boost.
It's not supposed to be complaining. Do you have the entire Boost tree?
Specifically do you have the "[boost-root]/tools/build/v1" directory?
What is the exact error message? What directories does it say it search
for the Boost.Build system? Perhaps the directory searching is broken on
If you do have the build/v1 directory, try adding it to the build search
path to see if you get a different result. For example:
bjam -sBOOST_BUILD_PATH=/some/place/boost/tools/build/v1 ...
> So how does one control what is and is not built with bjam from the
> root of Boost?
Just as you did. And you can also use the "--without" options to exclude
libraries you don't want built, but that doesn't help for the examples.
And in the next release there is also a "--with" option to only build
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