From: Holger Bast (HolgerBast_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-18 08:39:57
I'm using bjam for a project at my university.
We had to build an application framework with bjam.
It works already, but there is an problem:
When I build the libs and the tools, bjam build them for example in
and my tools in
I can start the tools without any problem. But I had to move the executables an the libraries to other directories.
So I created a "project" in my Jamroot and compiled them via "install"
here my Jamroot:
: build-dir ../build
using gcc ;
: [ glob tracinglogging/Interface/*.h ]
[ glob stateframework/src/*.h ]
[ glob timer/final/interface/*.h ]
[ glob messagequeue/src/*.h ]
[ glob messagequeue/src/*.cpp ]
And here a example of a library-Jamfile:
: [ glob ./src/Interface/*.cpp ]
I specified the problem, but I don't know how to solve it. The problem is, that the executables are searching the libs in folder, where bjam built them. But they were moved, because of "install".
I hope that anyone can help me.
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