From: Johan Nilsson (r.johan.nilsson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-16 08:26:34
Johan Nilsson wrote:
> Phillip Seaver wrote:
>> So, each directory (like misc/tiff) that has a build.jam file in it
>> loaded as a project with the name of the directory. E.g. misc/tiff
>> get loaded as /tiff and can be referred to from any other project as
>> /tiff. This lets me add new projects without having to manually add
>> them to the Jamroot.jam, and projects can be moved around (within
>> limits, of course) without having to modify the projects that use
> I'm doing basically the same thing, and it works fine when I invoke
> the build from the root. However, if I traverse the project tree down to a
> specific sub-project and invoke bjam I get an error like the
> error: Unable to find file or target named
> error: '/mylib'
> error: referred from project at
> error: 'myapp'
> Could you try to reproduce this? One difference that I can spot from
> your example is that I also invoke the build-project rule for all found
Sorry for the noise. I just noticed I was using the infamous "path.glob"
instead of "glob" (and it's not the first time).
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