From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-20 07:53:02
Roland Schwarz wrote:
> Another subtle issue:
> on linux this usually would imply to copy a file with name Jamroot to
> /usr/lib, right?
No, to /usr/share/boost/Jamroot
> I don't think this would be a good idea. Jamroot might clash with other
> libs, once Boost.Build is getting better recognized as a cross platform
> build tool.
> Would a different Name be possible? Say e.g. BoostJamroot.
> (I am asking this because I believe only Jamfile and Jamroot are allowed
> for this purpose.)
Per above, 'boost' is encoded in directory path, so no confusion. The
only problem is that Boost N and Boost M are both installed, and naming
scheme is different in Boost N and Boost M. But I don't think we should
bother about that.
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