From: Van Nguyen (nguyenhaivan78_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-17 00:22:49
You can do something like:
bjam "sTOOLS=gcc-stlport" -stlport-iostream=on all
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--- In jamboost_at_[hidden], "Michael Peterson" <michael148_at_c...>
> Hi All,
> On my Linux system, I would like to construct a command line that would
> cause bjam to install the boost libs into, say, /usr/local/lib/boost
> (including setting the symbolic links correctly). Can this be done from
> the command-line? I'm more than willing to RTFM and to that end would
> appreciate a pointer to the section in the docs where this is described
> (I've found a section on the 'stage' option, but it was of no help for
> the command-line).
> Here's my basic command line which results in the default libs being
> built and placed under the boost installation directory.
> bjam "sTOOLS=gcc-stlport" -stlport-iostream=on all
> Of course, an example or two would also be very much appreciated.
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