From: Dirk Griffioen (dirk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-30 11:59:35
That would be a great feature to have - I am looking for the same.
Unfortunately, I think it is not possible right now (the '<name>'
property does something else) and I don't know to do it myself ...
I'll be trying though :)
So if someone on this list reads this and knows an answer - you'll have
2 thankfull listeners ...
Greg Landrum wrote:
> I'm considering moving a project I maintain from make to boost.build
> and have encountered what seems like a relatively simple problem: I'd
> like to be able to specify the name of the files created by exe rules.
> For example, I'd like to be able to do something like:
> exe myExe : myExe.cpp : <name>fooBar.exe ;
> and be sure that the output file from this rule is name fooBar.exe, no
> matter what system I'm on or what type of build I'm doing.
> Then when I do a rule like:
> install testExecs : myExe ;
> I will end up, again regardless of system or build type, with the
> file: testExecs/fooBar.exe
> Is this possible?
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