From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-13 21:24:59
It appears that bpl-test does three things wrong:
1. It only puts the last .py source file on the python command line,
when it should put the first such file there.
2. It doesn't make any of the other .py source files dependencies of
the test target, so when they're changed, the test isn't re-run.
3. Doesn't add "-v" to the command line when I invoke bjam with
The first two are crucial because I had to rework one of the
Boost.Python tests to use several python source files.
Right now the test (numpy) is set up with the python file to be run
positioned last in the list.
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