From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-08 04:31:52
> > Can you check (with "bjam -n -a"), if "RM" expands to "del /f" or to "rm
> > -f". The latter should produce no warning when file does not exists.
> It expands to the former (sorry, forgot to say I'm using standard Windows
> XP shell.)
So I though! And "del /?" does not give any way to suppress the warning.
Can you try adding:
if [ os.name ] = NT
RM = "if exist \"$(<)\" DEL \"$(<)\" ;
to gcc.jam, right after
RM = [ common.rm-command ] ;
If that fails, run "bjam -f-", type
ECHO $(OS) ;
and tell the the output.
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