From: Håkon Groven (hakon.groven_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-25 05:24:53
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> On Thursday 21 June 2007 11:34, Håkon Groven wrote:
>> I'm new to Boost.Build and is so far building my small project with v1.
>> I am now going to use v2, and I am wondering if I really need the source
>> of Boost.Build in order to build my project(?).
> Yes, most of Boost.Build is in interpreted language, so you need the source.
>> Is it possible to use a lib-file instead (e.g. for easier distribution
>> of the devel-version of my project)?
> You can just have 'build' directory at the top-level of your project, with
> Boost.Build placed there.
Thanks for the answer. But what about Boost.Python? Do I need to build
it or can I only include its lib-file while building?
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