From: Sandeep Gupta (gupta.sandeep_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-15 14:22:17
While editing the Jamfile to narrow the scope of error, I noticed that this
was because no --home option was given. Once I gave that option it compiled
It was foolish of me not to give the option when README said so. Actually
initially I had downloaded the zip file from bgl website which is
out-of-date. They should really remove that. It was trying to make that
project work that muddled up things.
Anyways I really do appreciate your time and thanks for helping.
2008/5/15 Jurko Gospodnetiæ <jurko.gospodnetic_at_[hidden]>:
> Hi Sandeep.
> > My bad..its python.jam and it is imported in Jamfile.v2.
> > Although I am not all that new to boost I still don't know enough to
> > create a minimal project from bgl to reproduce error.
> Hmmm... since this seems to be a problem in the Jamfile parsing
> phase, simply remove all the targets and leave only your call to the
> python.get-python-interpreter rule :-)) (together with any necessary
> > But hopefully this should give some idea.
> > bjam fails with following additional message
> > $(BOOST_ROOT)tools/build/v2/build/project.jam:313: in load-jamfile
> > $(BOOST_ROOT)tools/build/v2/build/project.jam:63: in load
> > ...
> > ...
> > $(BOOST_ROOT)tools/build/v2//boost-build.jam:8: in module scope
> > This seems to be list of jam files that bjam searched for while looking
> > for python.get-python-interpreter rule.
> My guess is that this is simply the current stack dump from where the
> error was detected.
> > However python.jam is in directory $(BOOST_ROOT)/tools/build/v2/tools/.
> > So my guess is that bjam is unable to locate jam files in tools
> > subdirectory.
> It should definitely finds files there... simply add your own file
> aaa.jam there and write 'import aaa ;' in your Jamfile to test.
> Best regards,
> Jurko Gospodnetiæ
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