Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Configuring the include path for a toolset
From: Jürgen Hunold (juergen.hunold_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-08-05 05:32:45
On Friday, 5. August 2011 11:09:41 Shlomy Reinstein wrote:
> I tried to use <include> in the jam file, as part of the toolset
> definition, but it didn't work - maybe I didn't do it correctly.
That may be a bug in the toolset definition
> how I tried to do it:
> using android : x86 :
> /c++ :
> -linux/bin/ar <include>$(NDK_PATH)/platforms/android-9/arch-x86/usr/include
I've just checked and found no "android.jam" in Boost.Build trunk. So this
seems to come from somewhere else. Please attach a copy /link for further
Maybe we can even add it to Boost.Build.
> But the <include> directive was ignored - the include directory did not
> appear in the compilation. Should it be placed outside the toolset
> definition (maybe above it)?
No, the place is right.
> It works fine when I provide it on the bjam command line using "include=",
> but since this include path must be specified whenever I use this toolset,
> I'd like it to be specified as part of the toolset.
As all other toolset provide this, this is reasonably.
Hope this helps,
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