From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-25 02:09:00
On Wednesday 24 May 2006 18:52, Pedro Lamarão wrote:
> Vladimir Prus escreveu:
> > Given that you explicitly require version 6.0 in target requirements,
> > this is an expected result. If you want 6.0 to be default version, you
> > need to put that to default build:
> > exe test
> > : main.cpp
> > : # no requirements
> > : <toolset>msvc
> > <toolset-msvc:version>6.0
> > ;
> Shouldn't that bjam invocation fail?
> My intention is not to make msvc-6.0 the default compiler, but the only
> compiler where this target builds.
The current behaviour is what is documented:
> It seems weird that I request toolset=msvc-7.1 on the command line and
> the target builds with another toolset.
If we want nothing to be done in this case, you can add another "target
alias test ;
that does nothing and will be used for other toolsets.
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