From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-28 01:22:05
Eric Niebler wrote:
> I'm writing a Jamfile.v2 for some tests. I have two test suites, like:
> import testing ;
> test-suite blah : [ run stuff.cpp ] ;
> test-suite blah-ext : [ run experimental.cpp ] ;
> Now, I'd like only the blah test suite to run by default, and I want
> blah-ext to run only if I explicitly request it. The BBv2 docs led me to
> believe "explicit" would help me, and I believed it! Sadly, it seems not
> to be the case. Regardless of where I put the "explicit blah-ext ;"
> line, the blah-ext test suite always runs, whether I ask for it or not.
> What have I overlooked?
Looking up the testing.jam code... "test-suite" isn't a target. All it
does is make an alias for the other real test targets. So I don't think
you can do what you want currently, but Voladya would know better.
Perhaps this is related to this issue
<http://zigzag.cs.msu.su/boost.build/ticket/68> I brought up long ago now.
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