From: Dirk Griffioen (dirk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-23 10:34:40
Since I changed my project layout a little bit (I added some
sub-directories), bjam never returns - but when I set the
<install-dependencies> to off, everything works as it used to.
I read some mail about this (from 2006), as others experienced this as
well - but could not find a fix.
I use a bjam build from boost_1_34_1, with the use of Python built into
bjam and the Boost.Build environment from boost_1_34_1
bjam --version gives the following output:
Boost.Build V2 (Milestone 11)
The rules I use look something like:
exe my-x-exe : x.cpp ;
exe my-y-exe : y.cpp ;
alias xx : my-x-exe ;
alias yy : my-y-exe ;
stage x-installation : xx : <location>HERE <install-dependencies>on
stage y-installation : yy: <location>THERE <install-dependencies>on
<install-type>EXE <install-type>SHARED_LIB ;
- what could be reasons for it to stop working?
- should I perhaps update to a newer version of Boost.Build?
- should I perhaps disable Python in bjam.exe?
Help would be very much appriciated ...
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