From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-14 11:37:48
On Tuesday 14 December 2004 19:32, David Abrahams wrote:
> > Hmm... I was not aware of that, and you did not tell that in previous
> > discussions.
> I'm surprised to hear that. It's been a basic feature of BBv1 since the
Well, I'm surprised too :-O
> > I think such automatic detection is very well possible.
> > There's one question though. In past, Jurgen said that at least for him
> > it's better to have everyting built in separate directories. Say, if
> > bison produces files to "bin", them "bjam --clean release" will clean
> > those files too, and he did not like this.
> > Do we need yet another option?
> I don't understand the case you're describing or what it has to do with
> the discussion at hand. What kind of separation is desired, and how
> will it prevent cleaning of certain files during bjam --clean release?
> Specifics are needed.
I have /space/NM/boost which is shared between several folks (it's built once
in several configuration). Then I have /home/ghost/Work/nm_model which
uses /space/NM/boost. When running with --clean
in /home/ghost/Work/nm_model, /space/NM/boost is cleaned too.
Most of the time, it's not desired. When I do it, I just clean too much. When
other folks do it, they get "permission denied" messages.
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