From: Caleb Epstein (caleb.epstein_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-10 10:48:40
I'm trying to run the regression tests (using the regression.py
script) and in so doing provide a customized <compiler>-tools.jam file
but its not working.
In ~/src/boost-regression, I have the regression.py script and I've
created a new file called sunpro-5_3-tools.jam. From what I can tell,
regression.py sets up the BOOST_BUILD path so it should be able to
locate these files in its directory. Here are the contents of
extends-toolset sunpro ;
flags sunpro C++FLAGS : -features=tmplife -instances=static ;
Basically I need to get these extra command line flags used with the
SunPRO compiler to fix various regression failures. When I run
regression.py with --toolsets sunpro-5_3,gcc-3_4_3 however, nothing is
Here's a relevant section from the regression.py output:
# Found preinstalled "/home/nbde52d/src/boost-regression/bjam"; will use it.
# Starting tests (/home/nbde52d/src/boost-regression/bjam
-sTOOLS=sunpro-5_3 -d2 --dump-tests
# Getting test case results out of
And here is the tail end of the bjam.log:
boost-test(RUN) "simple_example_4" : "libs/tokenizer/simple_example_4.cpp"
boost-test(RUN) "simple_example_5" : "libs/tokenizer/simple_example_5.cpp"
boost-test(RUN) "tuple_test_bench" : "libs/tuple/test/tuple_test_bench.cpp"
boost-test(RUN) "io_test" : "libs/tuple/test/io_test.cpp"
don't know how to make -d2
don't know how to make --dump-tests
don't know how to make
...found 4 targets...
...can't find 4 targets...
I must be doing something wrong here. Whats the *right* way to do this?
-- Caleb Epstein caleb dot epstein at gmail dot com
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