From: Jaroslav Gresula (jgresula.LEAVE-THIS-OUT_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-04 19:19:25
"K. Noel Belcourt" wrote:
> On Jan 4, 2008, at 4:38 PM, Jaroslav Gresula wrote:
>> is there a way a .jam file can find out its path?
> I wrote a small utility to do this, but it's not currently in the
> trunk. I've attempted to extract enough of it here to get you
> working. Here's what you do:
> (1) In the Jamfile whose path you want to know, create a local
> variable and call the path-relative-to rule.
> local path-to-jamfile = [ path-relative-to ] ;
> This will return the path to this Jamfile from the Jamroot (that's
> why it's a relative path).
> Next you need to add the code in the attached file to boost/tools/
> build/v2/build/project.jam around line 930 or so.
after fixing a minor typo in the attached code I'm getting
rule path.find-directory-containing unknown in module jag_swig
and really there is no such rule in path.jam.
Do you think that this mechanism is going to work even for a .jam file
(i.e. a utility file that is not a project) that has no parent
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