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From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-28 02:18:16

On Tuesday 28 February 2006 00:59, Matthew Herrmann wrote:

> I am using OBJ as an output as it is a valid source for a library, and this
> was how I could 'wedge' in the test script execution to the compilation
> dependency model. If I move the .check file to being a dependency
> requirement instead of a source, bjam doesn't call my script.

Can you take a look at the attached? When I run

  bjam -n mylib

there, the configure script is executed just fine.

> With the
> current approach I am using, the script is being called, but unfortunately
> does not prevent other sources such as the CPP files from being compiled on
> failure,

Yes, the <dependency> applies onto to top-level targets of 'lib', the object
files will be still produced.

- Volodya

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