Subject: Re: [Boost-build] 'bjam -q' and configuration checks
From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-06-26 12:06:12
Daniel James wrote:
> When I try to run the iostreams tests with 'bjam -q' they don't run
> (they run fine without the '-q' flag). I think it's because the
> 'has_icu' configuration check (in 'libs/regex/build/Jamfile.v2')
> failed (since I don't have icu) and '-q' causes bjam to stop at that
> point. I'm using '-q' because I want it to stop at a compiler error or
> failed test, the configuration failure isn't a problem for me. Would
> it be possible to continue after failed configuration checks, or maybe
> for regex to flag a configuration failure as okay?
Ignore my previous response.
The attached patch fixes the problem. I'm not sure whether
it's better to combine the options for blocking -n and -q, or
make them separate.
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