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From: Dario Senic (dario.senic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-02 06:45:44


I have an application consisted of few subprojects. The application can
be built in client and admin mode, so I defined feature named 'mode' to
handle various build requests. The problem is that one of subprojects
can be built only in admin mode. Let's say I have following directory

           | |
           | `Jamfile
           | |
           | `Jamfile
           | |
           | `Jamfile

Every Jamfile contains definition for one target. If I execute 'bjam
client admin' command in project folder I want admin and client versions
of app1 and app2 to be built but only admin version of admin-mode-only
appliction. If I execute 'bjam client' command in the same directory I
want app1 and app2 targets to be built and admin-mode-only target to be
ignored. Is it possible to do something like that?


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