From: Mark Evans (evans_mark_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-10 05:58:46
$(OS) is CYGWIN but the /target/ OS is HP NonStop.
A .so library suffix is generated by my cross-toolset for shared libs. FWIW it registers .so as its suffix for SHARED_LIB. The original problem was provoked by a prebuilt shared library that had no suffix at all.
Am I stuck with using <search> instead of <file> ?
If I were to constrain all my "imported" / prebuilt libraries to have the .so suffix, would there be a way to trick bb2 into accepting such <file>s in a cross-development scenario like this?
I'm foggy on why bb2 doesn't just tag such library <file>s as <prebuilt> and be happy if the file exists.
Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
Can you check what's the output of:
$ bjam -f-
ECHO $(OS) ;
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