From: Eric Niebler (eric_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-01 11:37:18
Joao Abecasis wrote:
> Sorry, I couldn't reproduce the issue.
> I updated my CVS and built bjam from source. Trying "bjam --v2" inside
> boost/tools/quickbook/doc worked fine.
> Then I created a test directory inside boost/tools/quickbook and copied
> your Jamfile.v2 in it. Still all I got was a syntax error in test.qbk...
> This was on linux with gcc-3.3, if that changes anything.
> Anything else I could try?
Can you try deleting any pre-built quickbook executables? Make sure you
haven't done any quickbook configuration in your user-config.jam and
site-config.jam. Double-check that there is no quickbook exe in your path.
It's happening on both of my Win2K machines.
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