From: Yitzhak Sapir (Yitzhak.Sapir_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-14 07:42:08
I am interested in running bjam from a different build system program, in this case scons.
We have scripts that set up all the defines and includes used in our system.
When scons runs its own compiles it does fine.
Now, I want to compile boost libraries to fit in with those same definitions.
With boost build version 1, I used
bjam -sBUILD="debug <rtti>on .. etc."
I understand in bjam v2 I use:
bjam -sBUILD=debug rtti=on etc.
However, I still have a question regarding such options as include paths.
v1 bjam -sBUILD="debug <include>some-dir <include>some-other-dir"
would translate into what in bjam v2?
In fact, I haven't even gotten a single include path on the command line to work.
So bjam -sBUILD=debug include=some-dir doesn't seem to work.
"No value specified for feature 'include'."
I am trying to look at the docs but the answer does not seem forthcoming.
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