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From: Roland Schwarz (roland.schwarz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-20 10:01:18

When specifying an install target one must make sure that
the target file name is unique. E.g. for libraries this
usually is accomplished with the <tag> feature.

I ran into the problem that my target names must be the
same altough they come from different build variants.

So my question:
Is there a way to specify that I don't care which of
the versions will make the finally installed file?
I just must make sure there is one at least.

Background: As having posted in another mail I end up
having "different" *.hpp files, output from a code
generator. Their difference however is only because
unrelevant features cause the files to go into different
directories. The codegenerator does not make any use
of the features.

I guess a similar situation exists when generating
documentation when at the same time multiple build
variants are beeing requested. How is this solved in that
case? Can I possibly learn from this?

  _  _  | Roland Schwarz
 |_)(_  | aka. speedsnail
 | \__) | mailto:roland.schwarz_at_[hidden]

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