From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-21 08:44:10
On Wednesday 21 May 2008 15:41:40 Eduardo Gurgel wrote:
> My name's Eduardo Gurgel and i created a .jam file to Tntnet.
> First, what's tntnet?
> *Tntnet is a modular, multithreaded, high performance webapplicationserver
> for C++. To create webapplications Tntnet has a template-language called
> ecpp similar to php, jsp or mason, where you can embed c++-code inside a
> html-page to generate active content. The ecpp-files are precompiled to
> c++-classes called components and compiled and linked into a shared library.
> This process is done at compiletime.
> *Source: http://www.tntnet.org*
> So... I was creating a website using Tntnet and boost libraries, but i had
> to create a huge and complicated Makefile to compile it.
> My question is:
> *This file can be added to boost-build jam files?*
Thanks you for your contribution. I've did a quick check, found that tntnet's
hello example can be built with your module and added it to SVN:
I've tweaked the comment a bit by:
1. Saying what tntnet is, and giving a link.
2. Removing the "import tntnet" from example, as "using" does
Should you make some changed to the file, please send the revised
version (preferrably as diff against SVN).
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