From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-29 16:22:19
David Abrahams wrote:
> sheila miguez wrote:
>>I'm trying to convert a big project over from our current primitive
>>build process to a bjam process. Our file structure is as follows:
>>projN will have sub projects, etc.
>>The build process I have to work with for now is rooted in
>>which operates on everything. I don't like that, and want to relocate
>>it. I'm not sure if I am constrained by bjam conventions in where I
>>may locate it.
> What is "it?" A process isn't normally spoken of as being rooted in a
I believe that Sheila meant "it" to be the BBv2 project that references
the various /repos/projN, and hence the Jamfile/Jamroot. The project/ID
location independence you describe makes the answer: There's no
restriction. One could place the Jamfile/Jamroot anyplace and refer to
other projects (Jamfiles) without regard to actual directory location.
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