From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-17 12:49:44
Aleksey Gurtovoy <alexy_at_[hidden]> writes:
> David Abrahams writes:
>> Aleksey Gurtovoy <alexy_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>> David Abrahams writes:
>>>> Dang. I'll try HTML-ifying and Cc you so you can't miss it:
>>>> bjam "-sBUILD=<dmc><*><runtime-link><static"
>>> Doesn't have any effect. "-sBUILD=<runtime-link><static"
>>> does, but naturally affects all the toolsets.
>> Is your toolset really named "dmc"?
> Nope! It's "dmc-8_43-stlport-4_5_3".
>> If not, you need the actual name of the toolset in the first angle
> Oh, OK. I was assuming the above would match everything that starts
> with "dmc".
>>>> It was meant to be more like:
>>>> local v = BUILD ;
>>>> if ! $(BUILD)
>>>> v = DEFAULT_BUILD ;
>>>> if ! <dmc><*><runtime-link>static in $($(v))
>>>> $(v) += <dmc><*><runtime-link>static
>>> Did you miss a semi-colon?
>>> If I add one, the bjam eats it but stops
>>> building anything (just says "... found N targets..." and quits).
>> O gawd, this is ridiculous. Well let me know if the toolset name is
>> in fact "dmc" and we'll go from there.
> FWIW, we just got the CD from Walter, which hopefully will allow us to
> test with the current default link configuration, but I'd still like
> to figure this out in particular because what we are trying to make to
> work at the moment is the "default" Digital Mars distribution.
So does the first option work if you put the full toolset name in the
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