From: DrAnony (antamiga_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-01-31 02:06:38
I have an executable which produces cpp files, but it can produce more than
one for a single input file. I tried to modify the Boost.build verbatim
example and can't quite get the result I need.
The process is this -
- run myConverter on file1.icd
- This produces two cpp and h files, which don't have the same name as the
- Take all the cpp files and compile them into a library
This is my current setup -
import type ;
import generators ;
type.register ICD : icd ;
generators.register-standard icd.inline-file : ICD : CPP ;
..\exes\myConverter $(>) dict
import icd ;
project icdDicts : usage-requirements <include>. ;
lib icdLib : [ glob *.icd ]
: <link>static <include>../includes ;
On the first pass, bjam will run the converter on all the icd files. I
can't figure out how to add another entry or change things so that it simply
runs the converter and then does a glob *.cpp.
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