From: Rene Rivera (grafik.list_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-01 21:18:16
Lucas Vickers wrote:
> I think I need to edit the "/home/poobarr/boost_1_32_0/boost-build.jam"
> file or the "/home/poobarr/Bayes++/Jamfile.v2" file, but I am confused.
> Thank you for the development and for your time.
> Sorry if this is the wrong group but I think this is more of a bjam
> issue than boost issue.
Your are mostly at the right place.. In order to really help you though
we'd need to know what you are using to build the Bayes++ project. From
your mention of "/home/poobarr/Bayes++/Jamfile.v2" it seems to have a
BBv2 project. But does it also have a BBv1 "Jamfile"? Are there
instructions with the Bayes++ project on how to build? Is there a
Bayes++ group/maintainer you can ask?
A few minutes later.. Answering some of my own question after looking up
the Bayes++ project..
Looks like the newest version is BBv2 only. So at minimum you'll have to
do "bjam --v2" to get the BBv2 functionality.
You might want to read some of the BBv2 documentation..
Boost Build System V2
Specifically this.. and the part about boost-build.jam file..
Chapter 19. Installation
Since Bayes++ looks like it uses header only Boost libraries you: a)
don't need to build the Boost libraries that have source, b) it really
doesn't matter where you put the Boost headers.
And looking at the Bayes++/Jamfile.v2 all you should need to set is
PS. It looks like the docs on the Bayes++ web page are out of date.
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