From: Maik Beckmann (beckmann.maik_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-25 07:19:51
Am Sonntag 25 Mai 2008 11:10:05 schrieb Andrej van der Zee:
> I am using bjam happily on Linux for a few years now.
> At this point I am starting a project that requires me
> to build a multi-platform (Linux, Windows and AIX)
> application. Now I am wondering how bjam is invoked on
> Windows. In particular, can I use bjam in Visual
> Studio to drive the build process? Is there a
> recommended way to work with bjam on Windows?
I suggest using a Visual-C++ Makefile-Project. At the project properties it
asks for the nmake command to trigger the
process. Give it the proper bjam command line, it will just work. I
personally prefer an extra Makefile to assemble the bjam command line there,
but its not necessary.
The same way it works for Eclipse-CDT, in case you prefer the gnu-toolchain.
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