Subject: [Boost-build] using "build-project"
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-07-17 17:00:39
In my Jamfile I use
with two subprojects in tutorial/ and reference/. Each of those contains
its own Jamfile, and running bjam in those subdirectories will generate
a local html/ directory.
However, if I execute bjam in the toplevel directory, I get a single
./html/ directory with output of both subprojects on top of each other
(and of course, a single index.html file corresponding to the last
subproject being built).
What am I doing wrong ? How can I force the two html/ directories to be
generated within tutorial/ and reference/, even if the build process is
invoked from the toplevel directory ?
(Is there a parameter I can use to the boostbook rule to set the output
directory explicitly ?)
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