From: Renaud Lepere (renaud.lepere_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-06 08:33:55
I have the following organisation of my projects
./geom2d with sources and a jamfile in it
./sequence with sources and a jamfile in it
and so on
and a directory where i have all the tools,
this directory ./tools is in the PATH.
.. and so on
I would like to avoid to put a boost-build.jam and a jamroot
at the root of my projects, i would prefer to put them in
another folder like
or in a folder like ./tools/jam
Is it possible to do such a thing ? Is there a way to tell
bjam where to find the boost-build.jam
bjam -f.../boost-build.jam but i didn't succeed
I did a small .bat script to set BOOST_BUILD_PATH and to
is this a good solution ?
For the "jamroot" file, is there a way to move it to somewhere
Is it also possible to have only sources in directory and
jamfiles elsewhere like geom2d.jam, sequence.jam and so on ?
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