From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-26 03:07:13
On Friday 21 April 2006 13:06, Peters, Richard wrote:
> I'm experimenting with the JAMSHELL variable. I like the idea of using
> it to use multiple computers in parallel to compile code. But no matter
> what I try, I can't get bjam to use the JAMSHELL variable, it always
> uses batch files: with the -d+4 option, I see "Executing through .bat
> file" printed each time.
What toolset are you using. I believe that for multi-line actions, bjam will
always use .bat file.
What value of JAMSHELL do you want to use. Maybe, you can adjust the compiler
command passed to 'using' in order to get the same effect? Say, on Linux I
can get parallel builds with:
using gcc : : "distcc g++" ;
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