From: Michael Bevin (nabble_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-08 07:33:23
I have two boost-build projects (i.e. two Jamroot files). The second is
dependent on the first. The first defines a number of variants. The second
wishes to use the same variants, and link with the corresponding builds from
the first. However this doesn't work, as when I define these variants in the
second project and then try to link with the lib from the first project, I
get the following error (the variant is named release-internal):
error: release-internal is already associated with the "<variant>" feature
The only way that I have found to get around this problem is to include the
compiled libs as if they were external libs.
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