From: Nicolas Fleury (nidoizo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-01 13:17:52
David Abrahams wrote:
> Nicolas Fleury <nidoizo_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>I must admit the trick left me perplex... I'm wondering if a simpler
>>solution, like having some way to disable the limit for a specific
>>action, even if it affects a bit its performance.
> Disabling the limit helps nothing AFAIK; you can use the trick anyway.
> The limit is neccessary in order to make piecemeal actions work.
But to use the trick I still need to compile a custom boost.jam, and I
would prefer to submit a patch for a more permanent (and elegant)
solution. Would that make sense to have an action modifier "unlimited"
(or whatever) that cannot be combined with "piecemeal"? Or an "unshell"
modifier that would just split the commands with " " and pass the
arguments directly to the process without using any shell?
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