Subject: [Boost-build] either "path.glob-tree" or "CHECK_IF_FILE" broken on windows in current svn version of boost-build
From: Moritz Hassert (mhassert_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-05-06 09:30:43
I just did a bootstrap of the current boost-build (svn rev. 71622) on both
linux and windows. I noticed that ./bjam install copies the example files to
share/boost-build on linux but not on windows.
The problem is in boost-build/Jamroot:
The variable $(SELF) gets set to the correct absolute path of the form
"T:\foo\bar\boost-build" but $(e1) the result of "path.glob-tree" contains
entries of the form "/T:/foo/bar/boost-build/example/hello/readme.txt". Note
the extra "/" at the front.
CHECK_IF_FILE does not recognize those paths and therefore nothing is copied.
In my opinion path.glob-tree and not CHECK_IF_FILE is broken, as those paths
would be problematic also when passed to other tools outside boost-build.
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