From: Artem Alimarine (artem_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-11 04:42:57
I am new to the boost build system. The following problem bothers me. In
my project there are files with the same name in different directories.
When I build the executable I write
The object files are put flat in the build directory. As the result one
of the foo.o overwrites the other and I get link errors.
Creating a library for each subdir seems to be an overkill in this case.
Is there a solution for this? Why does not the build directory reflect
the structure of the source directory to avoid such problems?
Surely I am not the only one having this problem, but unfortunately
could find anything in the docs.
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