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From: Fabien Chêne (fabien.chene_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-20 13:06:40

fabien.chene_at_[hidden] (Fabien Chêne) writes:

> Phillip Seaver <phil_at_[hidden]> writes:
> [...]
>>>> The only thing that comes to mind immediately is that you're running
>>>> "bjam dist" which would not do "dist-cpp" and "dist-hpp". You might be
>>>> able to add "dist-cpp" and "dist-hpp" as dependencies of "dist" like:
>>>> install dist : toto dist-hpp dist-cpp
>>>> : <install-dependencies>on <install-type>LIB <location>lib ;
>>> I try that, but again, it doesn't work :-(
>>> Again, it only installs the library.
>>> Please tells me if bjam -n -d[1-13] commands can help, I can post
>>> their outputs.
>>>> I'll look at it tonight when I have more free time, if that doesn't work
>>>> for you. I've done something similar in the past, so I think it's able
>>>> to be done.
>>> Glad to see that there's an issue ! Thanks.
>> I was hoping I could see something obvious that I missed when I had a
>> chance to play with it, but I'm not sure why it's not working. It might
>> be because the cpp file is an intermediate target rather than a
>> top-level target, but I don't know enough about the internals to figure
>> it out.
> Seems to me that you're wright. I try to add a top-level target
> foo.cpp, which depends on foo.hpp. Then, I think foo.hpp is treated as
> an intermediate target. The result is that foo.cpp is installed in
> ./src, but foo.hpp is not installed in ./include.
> I would be strongly interested in a response from a bbv2 developper if
> there's an issue, if it is intended (not) to work, if something is missing,
> if it will work in a near future, etc.

Reading The Fine Manual, the install rule installs sources and
dependencies. So I need to treat foo.hpp as a dependency. Not sure
this is doable for the bison rule ; I will try to do that in an other
rule than bison, when I have enough time. Seems to me that it is
doable ...


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