Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Python port development
From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-08 15:29:59
Stefan Seefeld wrote:
>> So the "new" bjam would have a different language than the current
>> v2? That's new to me.
> We are not talking about bjam here, we are talking about boost.build.
> It's all the build system (scripts) that would move to a different
> language, IIUC.
> As far as I know, Rene is rewriting bjam (in C++), but for entirely
> different reasons. I just hope both (Rene and Vladimir) will
> collaborate or at least coordinate on this.
OK - that's what I'm not getting. I tried the link in the original
post but my firefox browser sets off a bunch of security alarms
which I am reluctant to override. I guess the title "Python Port"
suggested to me that it was a port of the current system
Of course if I had understood that this is a whole new scripting language
building things like boost, I might have made a totally
different observation. As it stands, I have no idea
what's being attempted here.
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