From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-29 22:13:10
Eric Niebler wrote:
> I recommend changing the common.variable-setting-command on *nix systems
> to evaluate to:
> return "$(variable)=$(value);export $(variable)" ;
> I don't really know bjam/Boost.Build, so I can't predict what sort of
> havok this change would wreak, but it does fix the problem with fop.
It's not the right fix; it breaks HTML generation. The problem is that
on Unix systems, the
(all on the same line) syntax is used.
Anyway, I'm not seeing the same problem as you are. For me, it's:
cd .. && bash -c "bjam --v2 pdf"
object(boostbook-generator)@1.run from module object(boostbook-generator)@1
And having changed that to
I'm not sure about you, but I appear to be working with a cygwin bjam
invoking a Windows install of Java and fop. Here's what I did to get it
copy the fop.bat file to my personal bin directory, c:/bin.
Adjust all the relative paths in c:/bin/fop.bat so they point to the
same directory they would have if interpreted relative to the original
using fop : /cygdrive/c/bin/fop.bat
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