From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-10 02:49:47
On Friday 10 March 2006 01:57, David Abrahams wrote:
> So I am trying to build some simple tests using Boost components. My
> Jamroot is:
> use-project /boost : c:/boost ;
> run mytest.cpp ;
> But boost headers aren't in the #include path, so its usage
> requirements aren't picked up.
> Okay, I think, I can add <source>/boost// to my project requirements.
> But that makes bjam take forever to do nothing and I kill it.
Supposedly, this tries to build all of boost, including globbing for all
headers, and what not.
run mytest.cpp /boost//headers ;
which is supposed to work right now.
> So I add
> alias boost : : <include>c:/boost ;
This means that 'boost' alias will be built with <include>c:/boost in build
properties. To propagate this include, it's has to be in usage requirements,
alias headers : : : : <include>c:/boost ;
> This needs to be simpler!
We discussed this in
and I'm not quite sure if the ball is on your side or on mine.
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