Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Copy TCL script using install rule
From: Vladimir Prus (vladimir_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-26 12:57:37
Alexander Sack wrote:
>> The reason your code does not work is that:
>> make $(APP) : $(sources) : common.copy ;
>> when built, does not produce a target of EXE type, but rather of whatever type
>> is associated with the name of the target. E.g.
>> make a.cpp : ....... ;
>> will produce the target of type CPP. In your case, no type is associated with the
>> name, so target is typeless, not of type EXE.
> I have stupid question (again): Why doesn't Boost.Build register some
> common known types to avoid stuff like this? I mean TCL is pretty
> standard and so are some others off the top of my head (XML, maybe SH
> or PL etc. etc.). I know its minor but...
I did not know TCL is common. The only use of TCL I am aware of is DejaGNU,
- it uses extension .exp anyway
- it really should disappear :-)
XML type is defined. What is SH and PL?
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