Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Improving Boost.Build documentation
From: Thomas Suckow (tsuckow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-02 00:08:53
The more I dig into boost build (or boost for that matter), the more I
feel like I will be a novice forever. I could probably round up some
snippets of features we use, most of which have been found by brute
force or grep-ing the jam files.
I did make a jamroot that pretends to be the boost sources and
references the system installed libraries, auto detecting the -mt
suffix. It isn't "complete", but works for us. I should see about
throwing that on github, maybe someone could improve upon it.
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 9:07 AM, Kevin Kells <kevinkells_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Dear Boost.Build friends,
> I am a Boost.Build novice for a little while longer, and I'd like to
> volunteer to improve the documentation for new users -- for as long as I can
> still take advantage of being a novice.
> I have a copy of "Boost.Build V2 User Manual".
> If I can find a couple of volunteers with Boost.Build experience willing to
> chat with me (e.g., google chat) to answer some questions, I'll deliver an
> updated manual which will hopefully be more friendly to other novice
> Boost.Build users.
> Please contact me if you could help answering some simple questions that I
> have in the V2 User Manual.
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