Subject: [Boost-build] target naming
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-01-20 10:16:47
With a Jamfile as simple as:
lib l : l.cpp : <link>shared ;
exe hello : hello.cpp l ;
I can refer to the defined targets using different names (e.g., 'l',
'libl.so', 'bin/gcc-6.3.1/debug/libl.so'). Where are these aliases
defined ? Are they all registered to the engine (backend) ? Or is the
translation handled inside the Jamfile logic ?
Using the --debug-building option, I get output such as
Building target './l'
Usage requirements for l:
However, './l' isn't a known target, i.e. calling `bjam ./l` yields an
What are the exact rules by which targets are named ?
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