From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-25 12:47:15
On Wednesday 25 October 2006 18:34, Rene Rivera wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > On Wednesday 25 October 2006 16:56, Rene Rivera wrote:
> >> Jürgen Hunold wrote:
> >>> I propose to call "SHELL $(command) --version" for support of
> >>> non-standard gcc names. Please find the patch attached.
> >> I figured I would forget something :-) Applied, thanks.
> > And my nightly build is broken too:
> > /tmp/boost-build/build/boost-build/build/feature.jam:268: in
> > implied-subfeature from module feature
> > error: "ubuntu________"
> That doesn't look right. It should be "ubutun_4_0_3_1ubuntu5" (what an
> idiotically redundant tag Ubuntu uses).
When I add the following debug prints:
ECHO "XXXXX" $(command-info) ;
ECHO "YYYYY" $(command-info:L) ;
ECHO "ZZZZZ" [ regex.replace $(command-info:L) "[ .-:]" "_" ] ;
XXXXX 4.0.3 Ubuntu 4.0.3-1ubuntu5
YYYYY ubuntu 4.0.3-1ubuntu5
Which probably means that regex.transform misbehaves. But aren't we trying too
hard here? I think detecting, and adding to target path, the version of the
compiler, is a good thing. Though I'm not sure if rebuild when minor version
changes is a good thing.
At the same time, I think encoding full "flavour" starts to look unnecessary.
The most important use case for that is mingw/cygwin -- which we need to
support. But for Linux, adding the name of the distro to target path looks
unncessary for most users. Can we just MATCH for mingw/cygwin?
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