From: Daniel Holth (dholth_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-16 22:38:24
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Hello. I am a little frustrated with boost.build v1 that comes with
Boost 1.32.0. I wouldn't mind using v2 but I've found it more opaque.
I have a nice project with several subdirectories like so
::: a Jamfile in src:
subproject src ;
# Include definitions needed for Python modules
SEARCH on python.jam = $(BOOST_BUILD_PATH) ;
import python ;
~ : # sources
~ : # requirements
::: and a Jamfile in .
subinclude ./src ;
When I build my project from ./src/ it works fine, and when I try to
build from . it doesn't work. I suspect the relative paths are
interpreted differently. How are relative paths like this used properly?
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