From: Roland Schwarz (roland.schwarz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-12-15 13:03:04
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Yes. One always needs to use the full name of the toolset in the
> failures markup.
The question is "which" is the full name for this case?
As previous discussion has shown you specify the mingw compiler
e.g. as bjam toolset=gcc-3.4 but end up with gcc-mingw since the build
engine automatically detects mingw.
Now when it comes to markup:
Will the markup be able to detect this particular case, although the
toolset has been specified as gcc only on the command line?
> Also of note is that for conditions, i.e. for specifying compilers
> specific build options, in Jamfiles one can use "gcc" to refer to all
> flavors of GCC. And use "gcc-mingw" to refer to only the MinGW flavor.
Hmm, I will just try it out, and see if the marks are appearing on the
correct compiler. I have no idea how I could find this out otherwise.
I was suspecting, that for the regression tests the toolset name that
was given on the command line is being used, but I'll see...
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