From: Pedro Ferreira (pedro.ferreira_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-20 08:04:25
Em 20 Jan 2005, às 12:52, Alan Gutierrez escreveu:
>> The '-n' flag is standard in BBv2. Flushing everything to a script
>> not need to be supported explicitly, all platforms support redirection
>> of the standard output.
> Wow. I phrased that so poorly.
> I mean to ask, Is the generation of a shell script, using the -n
> switch, a feature of the bjam executable, or is it implemented
> in BBv2 library, in the jam language.
It's a bjam feature, similar to make's -n: it prints the commands
that would be executed, but do not execute them.
If you capture them, you can use it as a shell script. Of course, it
won't do any dependency checking.
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