From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-23 13:27:58
so please specify exactly what you do, what you get, what
> you expect, and why.
I want to run build the library for borland. However, the
borland compilers don't work with later versions of spirit.
The do work with spirit 1.6x. So, If one has a copy
of spirit1.6x in some directory, and that directory is
placed in the list of include directories, the serialization
will build and most of the tests should pass. So I want
builds using the borland compiler to add the directory
name contained in $(SPIRIT_ROOT) in the list of
include directories. If $SPIRIT_ROOT) isn't specified
I want to emit an error message.
When I currently do this now, I do have SPIRIT_ROOT
defined, but the build doesn't seem to add the contents
of this variable to the list on include files. In fact, puting
an "echo" statement into rule include-spirit emits nothing
which suggests this rule isn't called at all.
The reason that I want to do this is so the the library
for borland can built and the tests run.
Thanks for your help.
> - Volodya
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