Subject: Re: [Boost-build] BJam-Plugin for Eclipse
From: John Reid (j.reid_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-04-02 02:10:52
I find it useful as it is. I've had a look around for more info on it
and not found too much so my guess is you've found the latest version.
If it was easier to install no doubt it would get more users.
> I picked up the plugin from a
> branch containing the Jamfile Eclipse plugin source that looks correct.
> It's built and running on my Ganymede Workbenches on Solaris10 and WinVista.
> I'd like to see it get an update site.
> I'd like to know if there is anyone advancing this work. I have a few
> thoughts, but I'd like to know if anyone else has moved it forward before I
> think too much about what might be useful.
> Frank Birbacher wrote:
>> Yesterday I hacked a little bjam plugin for the Eclipse+CDT IDE. It is
>> just a new view and it works similar to the "Make Target" view: It shows
>> the folder hierachy of all projects and scans all Jamfile/Jamroot files
>> for bjam targets. These will be displayed and can be build by
>> double-clicking. It reuses the CDT architecture for make targets, so you
>> need to have "bjam" as default build command.
>> I'd release it under the Boost license if anyone was interested and if I
>> might add it to Boost SVN.
>> Any interest?
>> Regards, Frank
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