From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-27 12:12:30
Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Volodya, why is this target being labelled as type RUN_PYD?! In v1,
>> that target type is reserved for the result of running a test on a
>> Python extension module. And v2 seems to be written with the same
>> intention. Python modules should have type PYD, no?
> It's "main-target-type". The 'bpl-test' rule is declared as this:
> rule bpl-test ( name : sources * : requirements * )
> sources ?= $(name).py $(name).cpp ;
> return [ testing.make-test
> run-pyd : $(sources) /boost/python//boost_python
> : $(requirements) : $(name) ] ;
> And 'make-test' indeed defines main target with the 'run-pyd' type. So the
> above output is certainly intended. You're probably looking at a way to check
> the type of the actual target we're creating.
> Unfortunately, it's not possible from the msvc.link rule.
> It's easy to add this information, by hacking action.actualize (line 679 in my
> copy). However, there's one question -- what if an action produces two
> targets? Which type should be add?
> Those of the first produced target (recall that order of the targets
> is always the same as specified when declaring a generator).
Is that a question or an assertion?
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