From: Toon Knapen (toon.knapen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-13 04:45:08
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TEMPLIE Cédric wrote:
| I follow the advise of Dave Abrahams, so I post my question here.
| That is my problem: we have some developpers, and they don't have the
| same view of files. I want to have a single built system.
| Developpers projects have dependencies with other projects.
| What I want his for exemple when a project needs a particular library
| (ex:lib1 from project lib1) I just have to put in the Jamfile of the
| project the lib1//lib1 dependence.
| In the project root directory file, I define the lib1 project. But the
| path to this project depends on the fact that the sources are on the
| developpers computer, if not I will use a common path.
IIC you want to use the lib1 project in some common path if your
developer does not have a local (modified) copy locally on his computer.
Well I suggest that in case the developer does not have a local copy
that he should just define a symbolic link in his filesystem. IMO this
is better because this way the developer explicitly needs to state if
he's using the common version or a local copy.
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