Subject: Re: [Boost-build] using "build-project"
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-07-17 21:08:23
On 17/07/15 06:14 PM, Stefan Seefeld wrote:
> On 17/07/15 06:08 PM, Steven Watanabe wrote:
>> On 07/17/2015 03:00 PM, Stefan Seefeld wrote:
>>> In my Jamfile I use
>>> build-project tutorial
>>> build-project reference
>>> 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 ?
>> You're not doing anything wrong. This is
>> a "feature" of the boostbook toolchain that's
>> difficult to fix because the existing
>> documentation build relies on it.
> Hmm, so how can I have a project structure like the one I describe (with
> two subdirectories each having their own quickbook document) and a
> toplevel Jamfile to build them both into two distinct output directories ?
FWIW, I have figured out how to hack what I want:
In the toplevel Jamfile, I define
path-constant here : . ;
Then, in the two sub-projects' Jamfiles I use
which will always result in the output to be generated in
Thanks for your help,
-- ...ich hab' noch einen Koffer in Berlin...
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