Subject: Re: [Boost-build] direct_request_test.py
From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-12-09 07:05:55
On 09/12/11 08:19, Steven Watanabe wrote:
> This test is not run by the test suite and
> currently fails. The reason is that it
> is testing that for
> exe test : test.cpp :<variant>debug ;
> b2 release define=MACROS
> the property<define>MACROS is /not/ used
> to build the target test, because release
> conflicts with<variant>debug.
> The current behavior is to apply all the
> command line features independently.
> I'm presuming that this is the correct
> behavior, but I wanted to check before
> I update the test.
I wanted define=MACROS to be used in this case. The idea is that free features on the command line
have to apply to all targets built, since they are not propagated and would not have any
effect otherwise. Does this make sense?
targets.jam has this to say:
# Apply free features from the command line. If user said
# he most likely wants this define to be set for all compiles.
property-set = [ $(property-set).refine
[ build-system.command-line-free-features ] ] ;
no idea why this is not working -- it surely worked when I added the test although it's
depressing that I forgot to include it in test_all.py
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