Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Visual Studio always calls bjam even onbuilt projects
From: Christian Auby (christian_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-11-26 14:44:55
I've tried changing various settings and no luck so far.
I've used makefile-projects that call make before and they did not
rebuild on every run so it's not a limitation of visual c++. Unless
there are differences between versions, currently using C++ express, not
sure what I used when I called make.
Deane Yang wrote:
> Johan Nilsson wrote:
>> Christian Auby wrote:
>>> Well, when I hit "debug" it does debug it. so surely it must know
>>> the executable is.
>> So true ... skipped that part.
>>> But I will experiment a bit.
>> This might just be a limitation in how visual c++ handles Makefile
> I'm interested in this, too. It seems to me that in the past Visual C++
> *was* able to figure out when a rebuild was necessary or not, because I
> would not always get the "project is out of date" window. For some
> reason this has changed, and I do always get it.
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