From: Phillip Seaver (phil_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-24 09:13:37
Kostas Kostiadis wrote:
> That's exactly what I was after...Thx Phillip!
> I will try this later today...
> While I was looking around for a global place to define certain settings,
> I came across site-config.jam.
> It's currently blank...Any ideas what site-config.jam is used for?
> Is that a good place to put things like:
> project root : requirements <variant>debug:<define>SOME_GLOBAL_DEFINE ;
> or is it better if I do this in project-root.jam?
site-config.jam is for site-wide settings. You can use "using" to
configure the compiler to use, e.g.
It can have a project in it, but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't affect the
other projects like putting it in project-root.jam. Here's an example
of putting a project in site-config.jam:
So, I think project-root.jam is best (only?) place for it.
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