From: Emil Dotchevski (emil_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-10 20:04:18
I'm using boost build to build my own code as well as Boost.
I have many targets in my code which are just .hpp files, that is,
there's nothing to build but they do list dependencies, usage
requirements, etc. When I am building on linux/gcc, I get warnings
warn: Unable to construct <target>
where <target> is one of the .hpp targets I have. This doesn't seem to
cause any problems. Am I correct to assume that it simply tells me
that there's nothing it can do with a .hpp file? Can this warning be
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