From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-22 12:38:01
I failed to comment on this part:
> It is possible to declare a target inline, i.e. the "sources"
> parameter may include calls to other main rules. For example:
> exe hello : hello.cpp
> [ obj helpers : helpers.cpp : <optimization>off ] ;
> Will cause "helpers.cpp" to be always compiled without
> optimization. When referring to an inline main target, its
> declared name must be prefixed by its parent target's name and
> two dots. In the example above, to build only helpers, one
> should run bjam hello..helpers.
This part seems to come out of nowhere, with little relationship to
what came just before it.
> When no target is requested on the command line, all targets in
> the current project will be built. If a target should be built
> only by explicit request, this can be expressed by the explicit
> explicit install_programs ;
Ditto. At least there ought to be subheadings for these items.
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