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From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-27 22:25:36

Rene Rivera wrote:
> King, Steven R wrote:
>> Is there a way to copy arbitrary files into the gristed output directory
>> of a 'run' target? I know the run target can take 'input files' that
>> appear on the command line. However, in our case the extra files are
>> not appropriate as command line parameters, so we want to copy them to
>> the same directory as the 'run' target binary.
> I do something equivalent but for regular targets, and copying around
> header files. You can use the "make" target to copy a file. Something like:
> import common ;
> make myfile.txt : some-path/myfile.txt : common.copy ;
> explicit myfile.txt ;
> And a lib target might refer to the file as:
> lib my : foo.cpp : <dependcy>myfile.txt ;

Of course spelling dependency correctly would help :-)

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