Subject: Re: [Boost-build] Switch between build style.
From: alainm (alain.miniussi_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-10-19 05:30:56
Thank you both,
I am sure a feature would make more sense (hard to tell, the
documentation of the tool being what it is, not even sure I actually
found it) but I alway try to spend as little time as possible on b2 (or
bjam, I don't know).
I'll go with a command line combination of toolset, cxxflags and
On 17/10/2016 20:05, Chambers, Matthew wrote:
> The <location-prefix> feature in the 'requirements' section of a
> target will set a different directory in case you don't want to go as
> far as creating a custom <feature>. But in this case the custom
> feature makes more sense IMO.
> On 10/17/2016 10:24 AM, Paulo Márcio Figueiredo Alves wrote:
>> To achieve that, I've created a propagated feature cpp11 that accepts
>> on and off, and configured those options with cxxflags, enabling or
>> disabling c++11 features.
>> Em Seg, 17 de out de 2016 12:38, alainm <alain.miniussi_at_oca.eu
>> <mailto:alain.miniussi_at_oca.eu>> escreveu:
>> I need to be able to switch between C++11 build and old style C++
>> Is there an easy way to do that ?
>> The object files should be dropped in different directories and b2
>> should understand that if the file was not compiled with the same
>> option, it should be rebuilt (and that should be propagated to the
>> Basically I need something similar to what I would get using 2
>> build dirs with CMake.
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