From: Michael Caisse (boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-30 12:33:05
Robert Ramey wrote:
> I'm curious how one would set up the following kind of test.
> The test would consist of a main application and two DLLS..
> Each of the three would need to be compiled and linked
> and then the test run which dynamically loaded and unloaded
> the DLLS.
> As I understand it. The bjam test setup puts each
> target in different directories whose names correspond
> to the test configuration. This raises the question
> as to what path name to use in the code which
> loads the DLL.
> Actually I would prefer that the DLLS be built
> and run in the same directory as the main application
> But I don't see how to do this.
> Anyone is free to offer a suggestion.
> Robert Ramey
You will want to use the install rule. It allows you to install a
target and the target's dependents in a directory. That is how I
do my automated testing.
For example, you might have something like:
install stage_test :
: <location> ../my_test_dir
Hope that is useful to you.
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