From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-16 08:49:33
On Friday 16 March 2007 08:52, Piyo wrote:
> Hi, I am using BBv2 from boost-1_33_1. I successfully built
> bjam and also configured my user-config.jam (only 1 line
> added to where my gcc compiler is). Then, I cd into
> the test directory and run the tests like so:
> % python2.4 test_all.py >& /tmp/log
> The output logfile (long) pretty much only passes the first 9
> tests (and some other things) but after the first 9 tests,
> all other tests pretty much fail.
It's hard to suggest anything given that I don't see the log file
> I then go over to the example directory and try running bjam on
> them. So far the only examples that run for me are:
> hello, libraries.
Some of the examples depends on third-party tools/libraries,
for example gettext and qt/*. However, the 'make' example
should work. If it does not, do you have the output?
> Can anyone give me pointers to pass all the self-tests
The most likely reason for such whole-sale failures is
inability for find bjam by the self-test system, or bad
user-config.jam. It's hard to say more without seeing
> and compile
> all the examples? Or should I not worry about these? I am currently
> evaluating if bjam can replace make or not and these results are
> not encouraging. I am running this on:
> GNU/Linux 2.6.9-42.0.3.EL (CentOS)
> I can post the self-test log file if necessary (its pretty long).
Just archive it in some common format and post.
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