From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-03 13:10:11
> > Phillip Seaver:
> > If it successfully compiled, it deletes the .rsp file, but if the
> > compile fails, it leaves the .rsp file there and you would be able to
> > see the defines and includes passed in.
>Thanks for pointing out the .rsp files. I'm not seeing the behavior you
>mention above. Whether or not the compile succeeds, BB always leaves the
>.rsp files around. Even when I do a "bjam --clean", the .rsp files are left
>behind. Is there a flag to delete the .rsp files?
If you use the latest CVS version, the RSP files should always be generated.
AFAIK, there isn't any --clean support for response files and the printing
of RSP files when you tell bjam to output the list of commands that it would
perform without performing them is currently broken (i.e. it doesn't print
out how to generate the response file).
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