Subject: [Boost-build] Setting default properties for a project
From: Anthony Foglia (AFoglia_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-06-04 12:50:54
We have a rather large project composed of multiple final executables,
and we're considering supporting compilation of both single and
multi-threaded versions. In our Jamroot, we have
# some <define>s for different variants, and other stuff
So bjam debug -sthreading=single finds no targets to rebuild.[*]
There is a default-build attribute for the project, but the only
examples I've seen use it to determine which variant to build.
Is there a simple way to tell bjam to compile with <threading>multi
unless told otherwise?
[*] I also tried bjam debug threading=single, which I think is the new
syntax, with no difference, obviously.
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