From: Anatoli Sakhnik (sakhnik_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-22 04:19:58
I've just tried the boost build system v2, and I like it! But I
haven't succeeded looking for answers in the web. My current problem
is with unit testing.
Let's suppose I have a project structure:
/foo # tested prject
/test # testing code
I'd like to have the /foo/test built every time I build the foo
itself. So I put the line
build-project test ;
in my Jamroot. Nice. But many tests use relative paths to local files.
So when I run bjam in the directory /foo/test, everything works well,
but when I do this within /foo, no local file is found. As I
understand, the current directory is /foo in the latter case.
What would you suggest me to the problem?
-- Anatoli Sakhnik.
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